Being a first time mum comes with all sorts of emotions. First it's when you hold your baby for the first time. You feel joy, anxiety and the urge to always protect him or her.
Secondly, when they make their first step. You are a proud mum and you get so overwhelmed with just the baby steps.
Thirdly, when you have to let them go to school for the first time. It is a very emotional moment to even mums with many children. Celestine Ndinda aka Wakavinye is a content creator and a product endorser. She is a first time mum and she is at the crisis of letting go of Tugi as he joins school. Tugi joined school on Monday and she can't help herself from worrying about him. She asked other mothers for tips on how to deal with the anxiety since it's so much.
In one of her post she wrote how she wonders if Tugi has eaten properly. She is constantly calling the teacher to check up on Tugi. She joked on how the teacher will block her due to her calls. Mothers went ahead to encourage her and share their first time experiences. Check the comments below.
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