Kylie Jenner Opens Up To Fans About Her Postpartum Depression
It’s widely known that life after pregnancy isn’t always can be challenged for most women. When referring to postpartum depression
It’s widely known that life after pregnancy isn’t always can be challenged for most women. When referring to postpartum depression the Mayo Clinic shared, “Most new moms experience postpartum ‘baby blues’ after childbirth, which commonly include mood swings, crying spells. anxiety and difficulty sleeping.”
They explained that “baby blues typically begin within the first two to three days after delivery, and may last up to two weeks.” Recently, the famous younger sister, Kyle Jenner opened up about her struggles with postpartum after giving birth to her son.
Jenner Welcomes Baby Wolf
On February 2, 2022 Kylie Jenner and her baby daddy, Travis Scott welcomed their second child, a baby boy. Their daughter Stormi now has a younger brother, Wolf. Jenner’s mom opened about the experience of her giving birth while on The Ellen Show.
The “momager” shared, “It’s amazing I was in the hospital when he was born. It was me, and Kylie, and Travis. Because they have rules and regulations now so you can only have so many people. Back in the day, I had like 15 people when I was giving birth it was like a party, but now it’s very controlled.” She said that Wolf looks “exactly” like Stormi continuing on to say, “And when he came out, it was like ‘there’s Stormi being born all over again.”
The Reality of Kylies Postpartum
After taking a hiatus from social media following the birth of her son, Jenner recently made the return. She used her platform to open up about the truths of postpartum and how it’s affected her.
During an Instagram live she explained, “I just was to say to my postpartum moms, that postpartum has not been easy, it’s very hard. This experience for me personally has been a lot harder than with my daughter.” She continued to say, “It’s not easy, mentally, physically, spiritually, it’s just crazy. I didn’t want to just get back to life without saying that because … for other moms going through it right now, I think we can go on the internet and it might look a lot eaiser for other people and put the pressure on us, but it hasn’t been easy for me either.”
She concluded her message, motivating other moms with saying, “It’s been hard. I didn’t even think I’d make it to this workout today but I’m here and I’m feeling better. So, you’ve got this.”