Article 100: Prynadiyi and our becoming

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All this has started as a natural parenting blog

Well, the blog Prynadiyi now has a hundred articles and 2.5 months to 3 years, and this is a great opportunity to ensure that Heraclitus was right: everything flows, everything changes. During this time, the blog has gone from the status of a modest whim per se, from a horrible look to a some sort of claim to taste, from to just .com, almost formed a style and cleared it’s throat, gathered more than 2,000 followers on Facebook, and a little more on Instagram, and even dares to hope for at least as much through the subscription button at the bottom of the page one day haha. Because the algorithms of Facebook don’t allow it to get to the true hearts of those two thousand, and the message about the article in the mail is a guarantee of our complementarity with you, so I invite you to subscribe.

It all started with the fact that I was not going to be a mother, but became one. I had nowhere to go, I had no acquaintances other than my own, I was not ready for motherhood. Nobody was ready for my motherhood. However, this experience turned me upside down, grounded and filled me. Whether it was a reorganization of hormones or an age-old rethinking of values, or fatigue from previous experiences, or lack of new ones, or all together – no idea. One thing is for sure: I feel like I live, I’ve never stopped, and I feel blessed with this chance to observe and participate directly in the growth of a new person, from scratch. This is very cool, because at times it deepens the understanding of oneself, not to mention the training that a child provides in the field of self-improvement. Prynadiyi is my other child that I love to grow.

I started reading – I couldn’t stop.

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I chose to start from my needs:

That’s a rough draft, no deep details.

Who I am and what I am talking about

Today I am the mother of a 2.5-year-old Alien, yes, exactly today, a blogger (and I’m not afraid of that word anymore), a yoga instructor with experience (I help women to get back in shape physically and morally, even if years have passed after childbirth), a nutritionist beginner, natural parenting promoter, I am full of ideas, goals and determination, and I know this is just the beginning. And I am learning to understand and accept myself, because I am very different, and this is not easy, especially when you are directly asked who you are. I used to just hide, but the baby was born as if he accepted my presence with a judge’s gavel, so now I’m here. Every time I open the main page of the Prynadiyi (“Having hope”) site, I see that boundless sky and actually it is hope, and I inspire myself.

I write less and less about my child and more and more about common things, my child is so beautiful that I can’t talk about it anymore). My child is my experience, but not a blog, my blog is about my experience, but not about a child. He will grow up and he will write about himself, if he wants, he will upload his photos to the network, or … well, you understand – he will decide for himself. And I will write about my own experiences, trials, painful and just interesting topics, because I believe that many mothers are close too and many of them still want to talk about something other than children, for example, about themselves.

Roughly speaking, what I have written over these almost 3 years can be divided into 4 parts:

I promote a healthy lifestyle and living in harmony with my body, caring for the environment, quality literature, self-confidence, natural parenting and self-realization, self-fulfillment and support for the child. I want children to grow into quality people – open, confident, self-sufficient, and the mother’s life after childbirth began, not vice versa. I want society not to frame the individual and not to displace the family from other spheres of life, children are a part of us and we must take this into account in the organization of social life, nature took care of the rest. I want to see this world more adapted to the child, and most of all I want it not to break its wings, but to allow it to develop naturally. I care for the children, because it is true that what you sow you will reap, and because they are me.

With this I open a new page on Prynadiyi blog.

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