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Rabdare, empatie, iubire

Perioada aceasta se numeste “Rabdare” : Rabdare, empatie, iubire
Am o prietena foarte buna care ii spune mereu baietelului ei ( prieten bun cu fiul meu) : “cu rabdarea treci marea”.
Pentru mamicile cu un bebe mic si copilas mai mare cred ca e limpede ce vreau sa zic.
Zori e un bebelus cuminte, insa e foarte activa pe timp de zi. Nu ia mesele mereu la aceleasi ore. Spun asta pentru ca Achim era “ceas”.:) La doua ore manca mereu si apoi dormea linistit. Fetita mea insa e mancacioasa in etape. Am aflat printre altele si de ce nu are rabdare sa stea la piept sau de ce e agitata chiar si cand e hranita cu biberonul. Toate de intampla pentru ca se pare ca are reflux gastroesofagian. De aceea regurgiteaza mereu laptele meu, pentru ca e subtire. Asadar am inceput sa papam si o formula anti-reflux si lucrurile s-au mai reglat de vreo doua zile.

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In rest, totul decurge la fel aproape in fiecare zi. De aceea cred ca perioada aceasta se numeste in primul rand rabdare. Pentru ca ai nevoie de multa rabdare pentru a te obisnui cu noptile nedormite sau cu nevoile bebelusului, care nu sunt multe, insa sunt dese. 🙂
Am citit recent un articol in care cineva spunea ca nu exista bebelusi rasfatati sau smecheri. Si eu chiar cred asta. Pentru ca un omulet asa de mic chiar depinde de tine. Nu se poate exprima altfel decat prin plans si nu se poate  opune daca ceva il deranjeaza. Asa ca empatia este primul sentiment care conduce sufletul si mintea unei mamici catre sufletul si dorintele bebelusului ei.
Cred ca e o perioada in care ne simtim, ne descoperim si invatam multe lucruri una despre cealalta.
Eu invat in fiecare zi ceva nou despre zanuta mea. Mai cred ca rabdarea si empatia sunt guvernate de iubirea pe care le-o purtam omuletilor nostri.
Mamicile iubesc neconditionat pentru totdeauna. Si au rabdare pentru a traversa nu o mare, ci toate marile din univers. Si uite asa, cu rabdare, empatie si iubire ne trece fiecare zi, si urmatoarea e parca si mai frumoasa. Mereu mai frumoasa…:)

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EN:

This period is called “Patience” : Patience, empathy, love
I have a good friend who always tells her boy (friend of my son): “with patience you can cross the sea.”
For mothers with a small baby and a toddler I think it’s clear what I mean.
Zori is a good baby, but she is very active in daylight. Do not always takes meals at the same time of the day. I say this because Achim was “the clock”. 🙂 At every two hours he always used to eat and then sleep soundly. But my daughter is eating in stages. I learned among other things, why she does not wait to sit at my chest or what is hectic even when it’s fed by bottle. All that happens because of an esophageal reflux. Therefore she always spit up my milk, because it’s thin. So she started to eat also an anti-reflux formula and things have settled for a couple of days.
Otherwise, everything goes almost the same every day. So I believe that this period is called  first patience. For that you need patience to get used to sleepless nights or baby’s needs, which are not many, but are frequent. 🙂
I recently read an article where someone said that there aren’t any spoiled or cunning babies. And I really  believe that. For a small baby really depends on you. Cannot express otherwise than by crying and cannot object if something bothers him. So empathy is the first feeling that leads the soul and the soul and mind of mothers to complete the wishes of her baby.
I think this is a time when we feel we discover and learn many things about each other.
I learn every day something new about my fairy. I believe that patience and empathy are governed by love that we have for our little human being.
Mums love unconditionally forever. And have the patience to cross not only one sea, but all the great seas in the universe. And so, with patience, empathy and love we pass each day, and the next it seemes more beautiful. Always more beautiful.