Audrey Roloff Seeks Advice From Fans, Admits She Feels “Lost” Just Days Before Giving Birth
Audrey Roloff is just days away from meeting her baby girl with husband Jeremy Roloff, but she recently revealed that she’s “nervous” about shifting her priorities when their daughter arrives. The Little People, Big World star took to Instagram late last night and got super candid with fans, admitting that she’s worried she won’t be able to balance motherhood with work.
In her lengthy post, she wrote, “Attention momapreneurs… how do you do it?! I think the thing I am most nervous for post labor/delivery is learning to balance being a mom while running my businesses. I know that my priorities will need to take a shift, and I know that I won’t be able to give as much as I once could.” She added, “I feel a little lost…”
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Attention momapreneurs… how do you do it?! I think the thing I am most nervous for post labor/delivery is learning to balance being a mom while running my businesses. I know that my priorities will need to take a shift, and I know that I won't be able to give as much as I once could to @beating50 and @shopalwaysmore barre3, and writing, but I want to find that sweet spot. I'm trying so hard to plan and get organized so that I can take some kind of a "maternity leave" but I feel a little lost… if you're a mom that works from home, runs your own shop, or started your own business, I would love to hear your advice! Also, if you follow any rad momapreneurs out there, tag them in the comments! Pc: @jeremyroloff 💗#momapreneur #shopalwaysmore #alwaysmoredevotionals #beating50percent #morethanoils #stayingido #journeyofjerandauj #alwaymore
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The 26-year-old — who just celebrated her birthday last month — is the co-founder (along with her hubby) of their blog Beating 50 Percent and she also has her own clothing line called Always More. Auj continued, “If you’re a mom that works from home, runs your own shop, or started your own business, I would love to hear your advice!”
Fans quickly took to the comments’ section to assist the first-time mama. One person wrote, “I don’t feel there is such a thing as complete organization when you’re a mother. When they are babies, their demands have to be met no matter what you need to get done or what you were in the middle of. When they get a little older and [are] more mobile, you literally have to watch them every second. I think you just have to kind of go with the flow. You may not get everything done you thought you would and your house may be a mess and you have to learn to just be okay with that.” Another added, “PLEASE don’t miss out on taking time to enjoy your baby girl, like just doing nothing but staring at her and enjoying her smell and sounds! The time truly does go by so quickly and you can never get those precious moments back. I took my son back to work with me at three weeks, and I still regret the time I missed with him by choosing work. The work will always wait darlin’, but your little one won’t wait to grow up.” That’s actually really great advice! Considering the reality star wants to have lots of babies with Jer, she should definitely listen to her fans, many of whom are mothers themselves. In the meantime, we can’t wait for their daughter’s arrival!
New episodes of Little People, Big World return next month.
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