I’m all for women having fun and maintaining a social life after giving birth but going out until 4am two nights in a row just one month after giving birth? What are you thinking, Beyonce?
Why would you want to swap cuddling your baby to sleep against uncomfortable high heels and sticky night clubs? Isn’t it more important for a mum to be home with her newborn than in front of paparazzi cameras? OK, you’ve just had a baby and your post-pregnancy body is smoking hot and admittedly, if my body looked like yours, I might be tempted to show it off as well but you can do that during a walk in the park or when shopping for gorgeous baby outfits. So get back into your trackies, grab yourself a cup of hot chocolate and relax on the sofa – that’s what all mummies do one month after giving birth and believe me, Blue Ivy wants to see your face when she wakes up in the middle of the night not the one of a random babysitter or nanny.
I know things in celebrity-ville are a bit different from the real life but I wouldn’t have even thought about leaving Amy at home with a babysitter just 4 weeks after giving birth to her. All I wanted was to be with her and make sure she is safe. I can’t even think about how confusing it must be for little Blue Ivy to see a nanny or babysitter instead of the familiar faces of her mummy or daddy when she wakes up for a feed. Maybe, I am a bit too clingy. Amy is 10 months in a little more than ten weeks and I haven’t left her to go out yet.
How old was/were your little one/s when you had your first night out after giving birth? Was it hard for you to leave them?