Today the lovely Sophie Jarvis is taking over, I’ve got a series of 20 questions all about motherhood to ask her and she’s giving us her honest answers! If you would like to read my answers to these questions then head over to Louise Lambert’s blog.
Hey, I’m Sophie, 25 from Norwich. I’m mum to Liberty age 2 years 3 months, we live in Norwich with my husband and our miniature dachshund Luna. I started blogging when Liberty was about 6 months old, more as a hobby but I enjoy it more than I ever thought I would. I blog about motherhood, fashion, beauty and product reviews. I would love for you to drop by to my page/ Instagram and follow our crazy little life.
2. What was the hardest thing about being pregnant for 9 months?
For me, it was the worrying, I’m such an anxious person and there is no way you can check on them to make sure they are ok in your belly.
3. Can you think of any good things you enjoyed during those 9 months?
4. In your opinion, were all the things you heard about childbirth accurate or way off?
5. Would you have handled childbirth differently if you could re-do it?
6. What would be your advice for someone who is about to have a baby?
7. What has been the hardest thing about being a mum?
8. What has been the most rewarding thing about being a mum?
9. What was the most surprising thing you discovered about being a mum?
10. What is the best memory you have involving your child?
11. What was the most exciting milestone?
12. What is the worst thing your child has ever done?
13. What habit did you wish your child didn’t have?
14. What habit of theirs makes you most proud?
15. Do you share any similarities with your child (both Physical and Personality)?
16. Where would you like your child to be in 10 years?
17. What is something that having a child has taught you?
18. Did you imagine that you’d be a mum at the age that you became a mum?
19. Describe your child in a single sentence?
20. How have you changed as a person since becoming a mum?
Becoming a mum has definitely made me more confident but also I now put a little person before me, so probably less selfish.