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I Will Trust in You: A Story of Postpartum Depression and Anxiety

"Humility is the mother of giants. One sees great things from the valley; only small things from the peak." GK Chesterton Two weeks ago we celebrated my now one year old's 1st birthday. I remember when my oldest daughter, Alexandria, was a baby people told me how fast time would go when you had children. I didn't believe it, but now it seems like I blinked and I have a 5 year old little girl and a one year old little boy. When I was pregnant with Leo I had so many worries. I thought I was going to lose him (as I did his older sister, Ezraela , at 18 weeks pregnant) and once we got past the halfway mark, I thought there was going to be something wrong with his appearance or development. I did not have to wait the full 40 weeks because he roared like a lion onto the planet three weeks early and was born on June 20, 2015. And he was perfect. Ten little fingers, ten little toes, beautiful skin and a perfectly shaped head (only because he was delivered c-sectio