I am so excited to share the latest on my journey to recovery after my first childbirth in a hospital on Saturday, November 14, 2019.
I was so excited because it meant that my husband would have the opportunity to enjoy a great new start and have a great time.
It meant that I would have time to enjoy myself and my baby with him and my two daughters, one born on the day of our return from the hospital.
My first day back on the job was a wonderful day, and we are so grateful for that.
It was also a wonderful reminder of how important it is for mothers to be with their babies at every moment of their life, whether they are working, studying, attending work meetings, caring for sick children or taking their babies to play, because they are truly the most important part of their lives.
This weekend is going to be my first full day back at work, and I can’t wait to get back to my house and be with my family.
We are looking forward to spending a great Christmas together, and getting to know each other more.
We also have plans to celebrate with a family dinner on Sunday.
Our family is coming up on a bit of a busy Christmas, so we have some ideas for activities for the family.
For example, I have suggested that we get to know our friends a bit more and have some fun together, but my husband and I both know that we both love to do our own Christmas shopping, so that’s one of our plans.
I also wanted to thank everyone at the hospital for their support and support, so I wanted to share some of the good things they are doing to help us get back on our feet and regain our spirits.
Dr Susan Coughlan, senior obstetrician at The University of Limerick, was a team-leader and I am really grateful to have her support and guidance.
When I was in hospital for three weeks I was given a new device to give me epidurals and a ventilator, and it was a really amazing experience.
She is a very caring and compassionate doctor, and is incredibly helpful when I need her to talk to me, to check on me, and to make sure I am doing my best to recover.
During my first pregnancy, she helped me to relax after childbirth and had me in bed with her as I was recovering from an operation.
Over the years, we have learned a lot about the different stages of labour and childbirth and what to expect.
There were many surprises for me.
As we were in the hospital, the first thing that I noticed was that I had an increased amount of pain.
The epidural helped to relieve some of that.
I had a lot of soreness in my lower abdomen and in my stomach, which made it hard to hold a drink.
In the last couple of weeks, we learned about the birth control pill and the pill works for me and my husband.
Having this device in the house was a fantastic thing, and there was a lot more time with the girls.
It was amazing to be able to have time with my children, and having a place to go and do things with them, and a little bit of time with them to make me feel better and better about myself and to help me recover from the labour.
After I had my baby, my doctor said to me that she was really excited about what we would be doing with the children, but that the best thing was going to come next year when we were both back at home and it would be my baby’s birthday.
Being able to spend more time together, having the baby with them and being a part of the family is a really good feeling.
With this being our first pregnancy and having two kids, having a second pregnancy has been a bit difficult for me because my husband has a lot to do.
But I am very happy to have had the opportunity of having another baby and to be a part in the birth of another child.
On Saturday, I am going to have a lot back and forth with my husband about the future.
What I want to do with my career is very much dependent on the future, so it is important that I be able do my best and do my job.
Every woman, every time, needs to be supported in her career and her career is going the right way.
That being said, there are some things that are important to me and that are very personal to me.
I am happy to share that with everyone.
Thank you so much to all the people who helped us get through it and who have been so supportive of me and the way I am handling it.