The Young And The Restless Spoilers: New Mom Elizabeth Hendrickson Has Words Of Encouragement For Other New Moms Having Babies During The Coronavirus Crisis

The Young and The Restless spoilers tease that new mom Elizabeth Hendrickson has words of encouragement for other new moms having babies during the coronavirus crisis. She is conveying her love and support to all her fans and followers, but especially those who are brand new moms like she is.

Josephine James Meder Is Five Days Old

Josephine James Meder, Elizabeth’s first live birth is five days old as of this writing and Elizabeth shares on Instagram her words of encouragement to new mothers: “Thinking back to when I was just a few months. The works was looking a lot different. And a much safer place to welcome a new life. I’m sending love and support to all the mamas and especially the new mamas out there having to deliver their babies during this crazy time.

Being a first time is a LOT. I love every minute of it. Every second. But there are still lots of new, scary, confusing and sometime really f’ing hard moments. Then add the hormones crashing. THEN add the COVID19 craziness and everything that comes with it. No visitors, no help, no doula, no lactation consultant no mommy and me classes. Yes I’m getting it all virtually but human contact and support is also much different. Breastfeeding has been such a challenge. My milk hasn’t come in. I think the stress has a lot to do with it. Apparently so does my age :/. Trying to not get hard on myself.

It’s more pressure because I want to give her as much antibodies to build her immunity especially with all that’s going on right now. I have the most incredible support group/ tribe of mamas around me day and night. You know who you are ! Showing up for me in ways that I couldn’t ever imagine.

So when I dip and fall they have brought me right back up. Listen, This is not an easy time for ANYONE right now. I hope you’re all staying safe and healthy. Please stay home. So we can all be joined together again and have a big massive hug. Feeling grateful. Feeling supported. Feeling like I need a hug and a nap.”

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Elizabeth Hendrickson Talked About Her Previous Miscarriages Several Months Ago

Elizabeth had previously had a couple of miscarriages, and at age 40 her biological time clock was ticking. Her two previous pregnancies had resulted in stillborns She gave advice to mothers of stillborns in an article in “CBS Soaps In Depth” in October 2019. She said, “I felt discouraged, incompetent, and started having doubts in myself if I was ever meant to be a mother,” she confessed. “I didn’t know how common it was until I started talking about it more openly with my friends and even with women I wasn’t that close with at my business.

It helped immensely. The stories that other women shared made me realize I was not alone and at times I felt guilty talking about it when I heard about those who had miscarriages much later than I or had given birth to stillborns, and in an interview with Soaps In Depth in 2019 she gave advice to mothers of stillborns; “Talk about your experiences,” Hendrickson urged. “Good or bad. You will find a new tribe of support you never knew existed. It’s what gave me the strength and courage to continue to try.

We were meant to be parents when the timing was right. I couldn’t at the time understand why that was our story but now looking back, I can see it all clearly. What’s meant to be is meant to be. Trust the story being written no matter how it may unfold. It somehow always works out in the end. To all of those who have had similar experiences, I wrap my virtual arms around you and squeeze you tightly. I know how awful it feels. You have support. Please try to talk about it. It helps immensely.”

We are happy that the third time was a charm for Elizabeth; you can see her as Chloe Mitchell on the CBS daytime drama “The Young and The Restless” and keep checking Celebrity Baby Laundry for all the latest news, updates and developments!

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