“I remember having that universal thought: ‘Will I be any good at this?’” she wrote on her blog.
“In the first few weeks I didn’t want to be left alone with you. I was paranoid that somehow I would accidentally kill you. That I would drop you, or that an eagle would swoop down and steal you or that an intruder would kidnap you or that you would die in your sleep.
“Reading that now it sounds awfully macabre but at the time those thoughts were all very real to me.”
She goes to praise her husband, Michael Hoskin for being a wonderful support through everything.
“Your dad was so bloody capable and perfect in those first few weeks,” she shares.
“And to be honest, I was a bit jealous. Michael was always so unruffled and sure of himself.”
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