Hi ladies, hope ur all doing well. So I'm a single parent to a gorgeous 14 week old baby girl who I love with all my heart, she keeps me occupied most of the day but when she goes to sleep at night I just feel so alone. It's like I miss adult conversation, do any of you ladies feel like this sometimes? xx
Yeah, I get lonely from time to time but I have been much more lonely in the past when I was single with no baby, so its the lesser of two evils now LOL. My LO keeps me busy and like you, sometimes at night, when you manage to put your feet up for five mins, you think 'damn, I could do with a cuddle/conversation/kiss etc right now' and there is no-one there. It has got better for me though and I keep busy. Plenty of time when my boy has grown up a bit to meet men, can't be bothered at the moment.
Yes thats part of the reason i got a dog as i grew up with dogs and thought if i got a dog it would help me not feel so lonely and help me feels safer. To be honest he does both those things and more he really helps my stress levels when sophia gets too much sounds weird but i think i relied on my two dogs a lot growing up and they were my best friends so thats why my pup helps me now (he is also sophias best friend and is like a nanny dog that follows her everywhere). Its not for everyone though my friend got a pup because she saw that i managed to handle a puppy and 1-2 year old and now is having to find her another hone because she cant cope. To be honest the only thing i miss about having a bf now is someone to talk to and cuddle up too occasionally (i can be funny about my personal space)
yes i get lonely, i moved out to my own place with LO about 3 months ago, and i just cant get used to being alone! strangely enough its not the evenings a find hard as im soo busy clearing up after LO, its the mornings, when i wake up in an empty bed and house, with just the baby to say good morning to! it is hard but i guess ill get used to it, and having my own space is lovely!
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