After the complicated birth of her youngest son, Amira Pocher not only had to struggle with the physical consequences. The new mother was plagued by fears of not doing justice to her firstborn.
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On November 11, 2020, the son of Oliver and Amira Pocher celebrated his first birthday. Just a few weeks later, he became a big brother. At the end of December, the couple’s second child was born.
The two boys are only separated by about 13 months.
“At first I found it very, very difficult”
The sudden one Double burden with infant and toddler was not easy for Amira, as she said in the new episode of the podcast “Die Pochers hier!” admits. When a fan asked what it was like with two children, the 28-year-old answered honestly: “I found it very, very difficult at first.”
For one thing, she got with the physical consequences of caesarean section had to fight. “Due to the operation, I am still not allowed to lift anything,” reports Amira. As a result, dealing with her older son is severely restricted. “I can’t get him out of bed when he wakes up at night or change him because he might kick the scar if he kicked,” she said.
Spending time with each child individually
Instead of being there for him around the clock as before and being able to play with him, she had to lie on the couch and take care of her recovery and the baby. “
The n somewhere I also felt guilty and afraid that he wouldn’t understand,” revealed Amira.
However, the boy has accepted the situation very well and is taking care of his little brother. And so slowly everything is leveling off, emphasized the 28-year-old. “It is so important to show the firstborn that you are my child too and I have time for you too. As difficult as it is for me to keep up physically.”
You are now trying very specifically to spend time with each child individually and to introduce a certain routine so that jealousy does not arise. Her husband Oliver Pocher is a great support to her, so Amira.