Jenna Barton is the Program Director for Mom2Mom Jacksonville. She is a first time Mama to a lovely year and a half old baby girl, Navy spouse, and pack leader to an 85 pound hound, and a survivor of postpartum depression. Motherhood has been the best thing to happen to her, despite a rocky start. She hopes her story will help other moms struggling with perinatal mood disorders.
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August 21, 2017
Recently I went to a local Modern Quilt Guild’s meeting. It was a “sit’n’sew” meeting, meaning women can sew together for 5 hours, with no other distractions. Boy, did I love the sound of that, just me, my sewing machine, and new quilting friends. As I sat and listened at the beginning of the meeting, my mind couldn’t help but travel back to my very first quilt guild meeting under much different circumstances. I felt like my life was falling apart. My daughter was a few months old and I had never been more afraid and confused in my life. See this picture? #MilitaryMonday Pic 1 Postpartum.png...