HI Im not a mum im soon to be a dad but all you can do is keep your head up high and your babyies will love you as much as you will love them.
And i know what your talking about but you will be a verry good mom
And you wont be alone because id say your OH will be there for you the whole way through ...
Ahh you will be amazing!!! My twin boys are my first and I had all the same worries as you. Your babies will love you just for being their mummy. I know it seems daunting but they will let u know what they want, I can tell which baby is crying through the baby monitors!! My boys gang up on me to give me hugs and kisses and it the best thing ever, and we all gang up on daddy to tickle him. Best of luck for the birth. Xx
I think it's perfectly normal to freak out but honestly you will be fine, especially if your husband is useful! The first few weeks are tiring but it gets better and you learn to read your babies' cues! You will be a wonderful mummy - just the fact that you're worried about it shows that!
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