Baby together but not dating

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What I mean by that is, once my kids were born, I stopped being Nicole Wilson and started being my daughters’ mom.

Eventually, things get a little easier and you find yourself coming out of a baby fog.

You are no longer treading water, and you even feel like you’ve made it to dry land.

But you are in a totally different place than where you started—before the kids came along and nearly drowned you.

I think sometimes people don’t stay connected to their partners during those tough first years, and then when things get easier, they find that they don’t have much of a relationship left at all.

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