Oh Baby Blogger & Mom, Amy Beadon

Amy Beadon is a mom of a baby girl who was born on February 11, 2017. Before Amy took on the role of the primary caregiver for her family, she was a successful freelance copywriter with a penchant for fine wine, sleeping in late and travel. Amy offers a straight-talking blog called Oh Baby to chronicle all her new mom experiences – the good and the bad.

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Straight Talk With Mom, Amy Beadon.

What I do well as a mom.

I’m good at multi-tasking. For example, a typical evening would involve cooking dinner, replying to emails, thinking of things I need to do the next day and listening out for my daughter to wake up. I’m also good at focusing and devoting personal time to my daughter when she invites or asks me for her attention or to play with her without succumbing to distractions, like answering my phone.

What I learned from another mom.

When it comes to raising children, people will judge you no matter what you do, so you might as well do what feels right and makes you happy.

Lesson learned from my child.

There is so much pressure on women to be these perfect moms and it’s so easy to doubt one’s abilities. My daughter teaches me every day that I am good enough. When she gave me her first big smile, I knew I was doing just fine. And at the end of the day, if your child is healthy, loved and happy, so are you.

Successful motherhood moment.

When your new baby is placed in your arms for the first time, you have a lot to learn about one another. A successful motherhood moment for me was the first time I knew intuitively how to meet my child’s needs. In this particular case, it was the first time I knew exactly what to do to calm her crying. It’s a great feeling.

Mom I admire.

My mom, Susan. My dad was diagnosed with cancer when my sister and I were very young and I admire the way my mom created a warm, nurturing household while taking care of him and working full time. I especially admire her patience and positive outlook on life.

 

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Elise Ho
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6 thoughts on “Oh Baby Blogger & Mom, Amy Beadon”

  1. I think a lot of us Mums will relate to this. Thanks for sharing with #TriumphantTales, we’d love to see you back again on Tuesday!

  2. Such a great post! Being a mother has been my greatest blessing! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

  3. It’s amazing how motherhood changes us, isn’t it? It’s also amazing that however much we ‘prepare’ ourselves for it, everything is a shock and a huge learning curve. And yet, some things just come so instinctively…
    #TriumphantTales

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Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho is a Holistic Health & Life Coach with a special interest in emotional health, life alignment, and energy flow.

Elise will partner with you to align your mindset, your energy, your home and your career so that you can live your life's desire with freedom and love.

Elise offers 30 years of experience and multiple certifications and degrees including a Ph.D. in Natural Health and a doctoral degree in Naturopathic Psychology.