I’m not sure exactly what that means. To be a supermom that is. I find it a struggle everyday to balance work, my kids, my house and my husband.
More power to her though, I guess.
She is very glad she didn’t wait to have kids. She doesn’t think that she would fare well as an older mom.
She said: “It’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me. It’s so great to be a young mom. I can guarantee, if I’d waited 10 years to have a baby, I’d be in so much more pain and stuff. I feel like Supermom. If I need to lift a stroller down the steps, I lift it myself. I’m young and strong.”
Ah, so that’s what she meant by that “supermom” comment. I thought she had everything figured out. I mean shoot, she’s been a mom for a whole couple of months now.
Sometimes new moms can be overwhelming in their knowledge of mommydom. It’s not that I’m not excited for her, it’s just that I’ve been there, done that and have moved on to trying to make it through the day.
She talked about the bond her and little Hank have. “The best part is the bond between us, the love. He knows I’m his mom now. Every time I walk away, he cries, which is painful and a negative thing, but also, every time I’m there, he laughs and smiles. Besides Hank, I’m the only one my baby can recognize and have that immediate comfort with. Wherever we go, if I’m there, he’s happy.”
Well there you go. Kendra may be a new mom, but we can’t fault her the love she has for her son.