by Meaghan Wall
When we become pregnant, we don’t anticipate anything but what is delightful, comforting, and typical. It isn’t until that normal becomes shaken that we find ourselves spinning in doubts, worries, and discomfort. We find ourselves developing a new plan. The good news is we’re not alone, and there is someone who knows exactly how things are going to work out.
If you’ve found yourself in this situation, or have a friend who finds herself in this situation, here are a few things that might help normalize the chaos.
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