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Posted 28 April 2012 - 10:35 PM
My name is Kirstin and I'm 21, from Sydney. I have a 7 week old baby girl, and am here just to get some support and meet people who I actually have something in common with!
I'm currently living at home with my parents, and my boyfriend stays over 4 nights a week to help out, but a lot of the time I'm home alone looking after bubs.
Lately I seem to be suffering from insomnia... Even when DD.is asleep I find myself lying wide awake.
Id love to chat to some Mums or mums to be in similar situations, because I don't have any one in my life right now that really understands.
Posted 28 April 2012 - 10:41 PM
Hi, I had my first baby at 21 and now have three kids at 28! It must be hard still living at home. I moved out with my DP when we were 30 weeks pregnant. It is a bit isolating having a baby young.
The insomnia must suck. I also have some stages when I have new baby when I can't sleep and my mind can't let go and go to sleep but I find it passes. If you are still having this problem I would see my GP about it. There is nothing worse than being really tired as you already are when you have a new baby.
Congrats on your little girl.
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