M.O.M Selynn

Meet our M.O.M Selynn! 
Selynn is from Toronto, Canada and is a mom to her little girl Scarlett. Prior to becoming a SAHM she worked as a behavior therapist for children with Autism. 
Here are some Q & A's from our M.O.M Selynn: 
1. what was the thing that surprised you most when you became a mom?

The thing that surprised me the most was the amount of unconditional love I can have for another. It is such an amazing kind of love to have carried and now care for a little human being. Also I'm surprised at the amount of mom strength I have! From lack of sleep to holding my baby girl for hours on end - mommin' is no joke!

2. what do you wish someone else had told you about parenting so you would be better prepared?

I wish someone had told me not to sweat the little things. I would often be so concerned about what the baby was doing at all times and if this or that was normal for a baby. The fact of the matter is, even if someone were to tell me this, I would probably still do the exact same thing I did. I guess it's something that all new moms and parents go through.

3. what is your biggest accomplishment you are most proud of? (does not have to be about your kids!)

My biggest accomplishment is definitely my daughter Scarlett. I always wanted a big family so from marrying my best friend to having my baby girl I'm slowly growing my amazing little family.

4. what is your biggest pet peeve?

My biggest pet peeve would have to be disorganization. I am a strong believer in "everything has its place". I've been especially peeved lately because we are in the process of moving and we have baby stuff everywhere! Oh how much I love storage space.
5. if you had a day kid free to do anything you want, what would you do?
If I had a kid free day I would probably go to the spa with my mom and get super pampered (I have so many knots you'd think I was a sailor). But realistically, I'd probably just stay at home in my pajamas and catch up on my TV shows.
6. Any advice for new moms?
Everyone has their own way of doing things and there will always be someone telling you that their way is the best and only way. My advice to new moms would be to trust in yourself. You're doing great!
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