I remember when I was pregnant with my daughter I wanted to know all the things. I did research on the internet for every item before I purchased it. Which crib was the best? What about all of the car seats? Is this super cute flower shaped baby mat really a good option for bathing my baby>? Despite my research, it took me forever to do my baby registry. Anxiety and indecision paralyzed me. What if I picked the wrong stroller or breastfeeding pillow? I was a mess.
After the birth of my daughter, I quickly realized that all of those things weren’t super important (minus the car seat, that was pretty crucial). My anxiety shifted to, what in the world am I supposed to do with this baby? Each time I had a question, I turned to the internet for answers, which created a problem I never anticipated:
You can find someone to back up every thought and every opposing thought on the world wide web.
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