Today, with great pleasure, the interview is with the journalist, actress and presenter of the program Mother of First Trip Sílvia Faro. She tells a little more about her job and what it feels like to be a mom. Learn a little more about Lis’s mom. Thank you Silvia! It’s great to have you around.
Changing Diapers: Tell us a little more about yourself, your daughter and your work.
Silvia: I’m Silvia Faro, actress, journalist and presenter. I have worked on TV for 17 years and with theater for 20 years. I have worked on MTV, TV Cultura, Fox, SBT, TV Futura, etc. Some of my history and work are on the website www.silviafaro.com.br. Currently I present 3 programs on the internet: On the EduK website (eduk.com.br) where I am part of the team of moderators who are live on the air daily presenting courses on various topics. On the channel Meu Bebê (www.youtube.com/meubebe) where I am one of the gurus who gives tips on motherhood. And on my own youtube channel, Mãe de Primeira Viagem, where I make videos about the maternal and female world. In this video I explain what the Mother of First Travel program is:
And in this video I tell how the Mother of First Travel program came about:
I am a person curious to learn and happy to share. I am always creating and inventing. I don’t know how to stay still! I have a 4 year old daughter, Lis, who is also agitated and loves to invent games, pick flowers, dance and play theater!
Changing Diapers: Has motherhood always been a possibility in your life? When did the biological clock go off?
Silvia: I always wanted to be a mother. I started working with a child at 16, as a baby sitter and children’s party animator. With the money from this work I paid for my theater courses. The biological clock went off when I was about 24 years old. But I only performed maternity at 31.
Changing Diapers: How was it to receive the positive news?
Silvia: A super emotion! I bought 2 pharmacy tests (one from each laboratory) and did the tests with my husband. Both were positive. We cry together for joy. My daughter was not planned. Better than that, she was wanted !!!!
Changing Diapers: Did you breastfeed? How was the breastfeeding experience?
Silvia: Yes, I breastfed Lis for a year. At first, breastfeeding was painful and required a lot of dedication. It was not easy It hurt, the chest cracked, but calmly, well and with a lot of patience it worked. And it was a beautiful experience. I enjoyed these moments of complete interaction with my daughter very much. When, of course, she weaned, it was I who cried.
Changing Diapers: Have you had any experience with changing diapers? How was it to change your daughter’s first clothes and diapers?
Silvia: Since I worked for many years as a baby sitter, I already knew how to change diapers! But most of the babies I took care of were boys, so it was a new experience to clean up a girl, but I adapted quickly. And changing girl clothes is fun. I felt like playing with dolls!
Changing Diapers: What was the most precious thing you learned from motherhood?
Silvia : Wow, that answer would make a whole book! But I believe I can sum it up in: I learned what LOVE is, I learned what LIFE is and I learn much more than teaching every day!
Changing Diapers: What changed in your life after becoming a mother?
Sílvia: I wrote a text about it for Revista Pais & Filhos in December 2011, below:
Changing Diapers: How is the relationship with your daughter? What surprises you most?
Silvia: Our relationship is very affectionate and respectful. I am rigid and the softest in the world at the same time. She surprises me by paying attention and reproducing, commenting, things that I imagined she would not hear / see / notice. Child in general is a sponge! But Lis is very attached to everything around her. So, I have to police myself and take much more care of the environment as a whole. I don’t let her watch TV programs that have nothing to do with her age, I take her away from adult conversations, and see to it that her childhood is preserved and lived.
Changing Diapers: How was it as a first-time mom? Was she flustered or did she succeed with her debut as a mother?
Silvia: I fell in love so much with being a first-time mom that I created a program with that title! There were things I took away from writing, others I learned a lot and for some tasks I was really clumsy and fearful. The baby grows and worries, fears and learning change, but they are feelings that remain with the mother forever. At all stages of the child.
Changing Diapers: A tip for aspiring mothers, what we need to know before motherhood.
Silvia: We need to know that a child is time, love and eternal responsibility. Son is forever. You have to be willing and open to this new phase. The rest is learned !!!
I invite everyone to comment and suggest themes for my program! Here are the communication channels:
SITE: maedeprimeiraviagem.com.br , CHANNEL: www.youtube.com/silvinhafaro, FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/programamaedeprimeiraviagem
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.