Being a Mother is Everything! Pam Puertas

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Pamela Puertas, or simply Pam, mom of baby Milena and Juliana (4 legs) and Dred’s wife. At 22 she is a dedicated, sweet-looking mom who divides her time between making videos for YouTube and also posting her experiences on her blog Pink and Borde. Get to know a little more about Pam, Dred, in short, this beautiful family they formed! Welcome!

Changing Diapers: Tell us a little more about you and Milena
Pam:We are a family formed by a young and dreamy couple (me, 22 and Dred, 25). We have a four-legged little girl named Juliana and a very smart 9-month-old baby girl named Milena. Dred has a degree in Foreign Trade and is responsible for imports from the company he works for, here on the channel and blog he is a key player, as he helps me with the filming, photographs and all video editions. I dedicate myself entirely to my work with the channel and blog and to the education of my baby! Milena is a very smart and energetic baby, she cannot stay entertained for more than 2 minutes with any toy and is always looking for something to pick up and, of course, stick it in her mouth (lol), but the most important thing is that she exudes health. Anyway, we are a very happy family!

Changing Diapers: How did you meet?
Pam: We met at school! To be more precise, Dred was with a friend browsing Orkut (yes, Orkut!), When he found my profile and added me. We started talking virtually and saw that we were studying at the same school, but since I am 3 years younger than him, our break was at different times, so we had never met in person. After talking for more than a month on MSN, we finally met on a walk from school to PlayCenter. Almost at the end of the day Dred asked me to sit in front of the Ferris Wheel and it was there that we gave the first kiss and it all started really.

Changing Diapers: Did you plan to get pregnant? Was there any difficulty in achieving this?
Pam: We don’t plan! Dred and I dated for 9 years and we never used any contraceptive method other than condoms, we knew the risk, but I never wanted to take medication or injections. I think I can say that I had no difficulties in getting pregnant… lol

Changing Diapers: How was the positive?
Pam: It was magical and funny at the same time. I was feeling very sleepy and I realized that something was different with my body, deep down I suspected, but I didn’t want to believe that I was pregnant. After almost 3 weeks of delay in menstruation I decided to take the pharmacy test and the test went wrong, instead of forming a risk or two risks a blur appeared and it was not possible to determine the test result, which only increased our anxiety ! Anyway, I went to the health clinic and did the blood test. When the nurse called me to talk in the small room and asked me to come in alone, I was already sure of the result!

Changing Diapers: How was it to receive the pregnancy news for the new dads?
Dred: I was in my English class when I looked at my cell phone and saw 16 missed calls from Pam! I knew she was going to the health clinic to do the blood test and when I saw those missed calls, she gave me an ice, I asked the teacher for permission and I went to receive the news that changed my life (for the better)! It was really very intense, at first there was the fear of not being financially prepared for the arrival of a baby, but then there was the joy of generating a life … I became even more in love with Pam!

Changing Diapers: Was the pregnancy smooth? Did you have any against time? Was Dred Pam a good pregnancy or was she very demanding?
Pam: The pregnancy was extremely peaceful and we didn’t have any scares (thank God!), We were also lucky to find a VERY good and caring doctor who was very safe for us! I think the doctor has a fundamental role for emotional stability at this moment in our life, that’s why I recommend to the pregnant women on duty: Don’t get tired of looking for the right doctor to accompany your prenatal care, even if you need to score 5 or 6 consultations!

Dred: Pam was a very peaceful and warrior pregnant woman! There was not a single day that she threw herself on the bed playing the poor thing, quite the contrary, she showed absurd strength to a “giant” of 1,55m in height! That’s why I always say, pregnancy made me fall in love and respect even more the woman I have by my side!

Changing Diapers: How was Milena’s birth? How does it feel to see the baby for the first time?
Pam:It was all very smooth and the delivery went as normal, but as my birth was quite traumatic because I aspirated the amniotic fluid at the time of delivery, I put it in my head that I would not let the pregnancy go beyond 41 weeks and scheduled the cesarean section for the 24/04/15 as a deadline. I really wanted Mi to be born with a normal delivery, but if the bag did not burst and my body did not show any sign that the delivery would be normal I would go for a cesarean delivery without pain in my conscience (This is a very controversial subject lol). And so it happened, on April 24th my princess came into the world and it was the craziest and most intense sensation I have ever felt, even under the anesthesia the adrenaline of that moment is simply inexplicable. There’s a video on my really cool channel that shows a little bit of this magical day I hope you like it:

Changing Diapers: Dred do you change diapers? Do you bathe, food? Pam is he a participative father?
Dred: I change diapers (pee… lol), I give practically all the baths at night and I find this moment very important to enjoy my baby! As for the food, normally, when I get home from work she has already done all the meals of the day, but on the weekend I usually help Pam more with baby’s stuff!

Changing Diapers: Pam, what happened after Milena’s birth marked you the most? What would you do differently?
Pam:They had many facts, but I think one of the moments that most marked me was the first breastfeeding! During my pregnancy, my biggest concern was not having milk to breastfeed my baby, this was a nightmare for me and I lost many nights of sleep. Shortly after delivery, the nurse brought Mi to the room and put her to breastfeed. It was a great pleasure to be able to provide the first antibodies and vitamins for my princess, I recommend to all mothers to breastfeed until at least 6 months. As for the second question, I think there is nothing I would do differently, everything I have done for my daughter until today has always been the best I could do within my understanding and my possibilities

Changing Diapers: Do you have a funny story about changing diapers or an “accident” with the baby?
Pam: There is! Lol … As soon as Mi got home we changed her diapers on the changing table on top of the dresser and one fine day, while I was changing a coconut diaper, to be more precise, right when I lifted her legs to fit the new diaper under the butt, she made a coconut explosion that flew all over the room! Lol It was funny and tragic at the same time, but I think it’s quite common for babies to do that, right? J

Changing Diapers: Who was Pam before she was a mother, and who is Pam now after Milena?
I think Pam from before and after Milena is the same person; playful, dreamer … But, with all certainty, the arrival of the baby brought me a maturity and a responsibility without equal. Today Mi’s needs are ahead of mine, if I’m hungry and she is too, first I satisfy her hunger and then mine and I think it will always be that way. It is an arduous but VERY rewarding mission!

Changing Diapers: What expectations did they have that were not at all a reality in maternity?
As I dedicated myself a lot to readings related to motherhood, I didn’t have many surprises, but I expected that during the gestation period my body would feel more the symptoms of pregnancy such as dizziness, desires, tiredness,… It was all very quiet.

Changing Diapers: How did the idea for the YouTube channel come about? Talk a little more about the Pink e Borde website.
After my puppy (Mariana) died I saw on YouTube my escape valve from that sad moment! I spent hours watching make-up tutorial videos, watched Isabelle Andrade, Luciane Ferraes, Flávia Calina… and I was dying to create a channel for myself, but I didn’t have the courage to face the cameras, until Dred encouraged me and helped me record the opening video (I was very shy in that rsrsr video). Creating the YouTube channel and blog was one of the best things I’ve ever done in my life.

Changing Diapers: An advice for dads and first-time moms
Pam: I want to end by thanking Paty Amorim for the opportunity and affection for my work. I would like to leave two pieces of advice for first-time dads;

  • Always help your baby, think that he has just come out of the belly and is adapting to this external world in which we live, for him everything is new and it is very normal to feel insecurities and fear. Up to 6-7 months whenever the baby cries is for some reason, be it hunger, sleep, pain or just to be close to mom and dad and feel more secure.
  • Enjoy every second of your baby, as it passes very fast and, unfortunately, time is a one-way ticket. I already miss my princess when I was a newborn, all soft and today, all my slippers are crawling around the house.

To find Pam and her beautiful family you can access the YouTube channel and also the Pink and Borde website. Thank you Pam!

See also: Being a Mother is Sensational! Ana Paula AssombradO.com.br

Dr. Alexis Hart
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My name is Dr. Alexis Hart I am 38 years old, I am the mother of 3 beautiful children! Different ages, different phases 16 years, 12 years and 7 years. In love with motherhood since always, I found it difficult to make my dreams come true, and also some more after I was already a mother.

Since I imagined myself as a mother, in my thoughts everything seemed to be much easier and simpler than it really was, I expected to get pregnant as soon as I wished, but it wasn’t that simple. The first pregnancy was smooth, but my daughter’s birth was very troubled. Joana was born in 2002 with a weight of 2930kg and 45cm, from a very peaceful cesarean delivery but she had already been born with congenital pneumonia due to a broken bag not treated with antibiotics even before delivery.

Dr. Alexis Hart

My name is Dr. Alexis Hart I am 38 years old, I am the mother of 3 beautiful children! Different ages, different phases 16 years, 12 years and 7 years. In love with motherhood since always, I found it difficult to make my dreams come true, and also some more after I was already a mother.Since I imagined myself as a mother, in my thoughts everything seemed to be much easier and simpler than it really was, I expected to get pregnant as soon as I wished, but it wasn’t that simple. The first pregnancy was smooth, but my daughter’s birth was very troubled. Joana was born in 2002 with a weight of 2930kg and 45cm, from a very peaceful cesarean delivery but she had already been born with congenital pneumonia due to a broken bag not treated with antibiotics even before delivery.

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