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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF CONVEYTHEMOMENT
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 5.40%. The average number of likes per post is 6841 and the average number of comments is 240.
50% of the followers that engaged with conveythemoment regularly are from United States, followed by Canada at 10.94% and Germany at 7.81%. In summary, the top 5 countries of conveythemoment's posts engager are coming from United States, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom, Italy.
Conveythemoment loves posting about Celebrities, Fashion.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR CONVEYTHEMOMENT
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF CONVEYTHEMOMENT
- United States 50 %
- Canada 10.94 %
- Germany 7.81 %
- United Kingdom 7.81 %
- Italy 3.13 %
A little bit of life lately (or at least the first time I actually did my makeup since having Oaks). What’s good for you guys? Sometimes I hate how this feels so one ended. About us—I absolutely live for the newborn stage. We’ve had a lot of meltdowns from a couple of toddlers, I am running on a little less sleep than I thrive on, we’ve eaten more take out burgers than I would like but for some odd reason my heart is just so content. This is life you guys. Time with the people you love the most. A safe place to live. In good health. Spending time in Mother Nature. Despite where you are or what is going on in you’re life, sit and recognize your blessings. Life feels so much lighter when we make time to see all the good we have. It makes the bad feel a lot less heavy.
Harlow + Arrow + Oaks🌙✨ What are your kids names? Or favourites? I can’t even believe how much Arrow loves “baby oak”. Note the double parent hand hold to help..he cannot be trusted 😬😂Cute tees are from @cheerily.co and she’s given a discount XOXOELENI for 15% off.
Oaks’ first trip to the beach with his brother + sister. It was cold, but I was the only one complaining. We brought the bassinet from our @silvercrosscanada stroller and it was perfect for shading him and keeping the wind out. I’m feeling 100% like myself again and it’s such a relieving feeling. Being able to get down on the ground and play with these monkeys. Also happy to report, Arrow is fully in love with me again 😁😏 lets never do that again.... #motherhood #mamastyle #silvercrosscanada #SilverCrossWave #gifted #babyboy #plantbasedfamily
Swipe to see all of our babies with a similar photo op. Trying hard not to post every single photo I take🙈. Let me know if you want to see more of his newborn “shoot” (me and my cellphone with a 3 year old helper). Oaks wore the same outfit Arrow wore + my mama heart is just in heaven. And it’s inches ...not cm. I’m tired.
Oaks’ first time in his @wildbird + he loved it. Do you guys baby carry? We’ve used @wildbird since Harlow was an itty bitty bean, took it all through Greece with her and it made travelling so easy. Sure a fave in our home. Still in shock I am home and this is who I was waiting. What a miracle.
Our Postpartum life. Sweetest bun always in tow. Naked most of the day, tummy that’s stretched and still looks 9 months pregs (when I didn’t even go that far), chipped nails, haaka catching my letdown, v.v. sore boobs + a c section tummy that finally feels better. Toys all over my house. Dishes in sink. Exhausted but equally as elated. Might sound crazy, but I’m living my dream life. #motherhood #postpartumbody #postpartum
Oh you know, just leaving my house more than I did before the c section. His first doctors apt today after so many nurses visits. Living either naked or in dresses, pain is finally getting better, feeling rested and a little bit better after his last weigh in. Oaks has brought so much joy into our lives already and it’s only been a week. We are so grateful to share pieces of this with you ✨🌙
Wouldn’t have changed having a baby during this pandemic for anything in the world because then it wouldn’t have been you, Baby Oaks. This undivided quality time together has almost been a gift in disguise. For us to figure it out as a family and everything we went through—the kids especially. Arrow has been disconnected to me (so sad only wants dad...But I’ll win him back) and Harlow is just so insightful that she’s been having her moments of “what the heck has been going on”. It’s a lot for the kids. On top of me leaving for weeks and not seeing their friends or doing their normal life and then adding a new baby to it all. But then, to be able to sit skin to skin for hours on end, no agenda to report to, no plans to keep, no where to be, no one to see. Just be us. I always value slow living but especially now. But then a part of me is mad. My girlfriends should be here. Our families should be able to hold him. I have a lot of healing to do, from the inside out. Grieving some things, physically healing, emotionally healing. I spent a lot of the last 20 weeks worrying. Feeling frustrated. Mad about having a c section because I knew I couldn’t be “normal” for my kids when they first saw me. The pain of the c section ran deeper than physical. It’s that I couldn’t come home and run around on my hands and knees like my kids were missing so badly. I can’t tend to them and do all they are used to. I had to process everyone else seeing and holding my baby before I got to. I literally have moments where I’m like what on earth went down and moments of I wouldn’t have changed it for anything. But all I know is that you are so worth it Oaks and we will figure it out. Harlow is napping with dad (seriously protesting sleep), Arrow is napping and Oaks and I are doing a lot of this. These are the best days of my life and I’m not going to forget it. Each second here now is something I dreamed of for so long so I’m just going to soak it all up. The good + the bad. Just a little update to let you know we are equally surviving as we are thriving.
If there’s one thing I’ll never take for granted, it’s quality time together with our people. The sound of my kids (even when they are fighting). The ability to do things for my self. Being able to eat when I want and get it for my self. Being able to go outside and see nature just like that. Going to sleep with my husband every night. Waking up to a house full of so many imperfections but so much undeniable love. This all went down the way it did for a reason. I know it. And while I’m still mourning a lot of things like my best friends not sitting next to me right now holding my baby or those 3 precious weeks with my 2 oldest kids before our third baby arrived. Or even dealing with feeling overwhelmingly guilty so much was put on my in laws and feeling so helpless. All with a high risk pregnancy that definitely had me worried more than once and being alone and to process it all. More than once I felt and still feel like I’ve hit a wall. Emotionally exhausted. But, I stop and breath and I’m home. With a baby that got here safely thanks to dedicated compassionate care workers. And I have an even deeper connection to the simplest things and I’ll never ever wake up without a heart full of gratitude for each and every simple thing as it happens. And I look at these photos and remember I couldn’t even get pregnant at first and now this is where we are. Life has an interesting way of going about things but I’ll just take it for what it is and remember there is good in all. There will always be. Come on 3 babies, lets go live this wild life ✌🏼✨🌙
Feels like home to me💞 #cantbelieveit
Meet Oaks Wilder✨05.13.2020 6lbs. 47.5cm 8:47am. We went in for the c section at 8:15 ish. The team was amazing. The anesthesiologists were so encouraging and supportive the entire time because I was rather overwhelmed/worried. I tried peaking at the operating light reflection above a couple of times to see what was happening but quickly chickened out (so diff watching your own). He came into the world quietly (causing me mama anxiety) and remained pretty quiet. The nicu team quickly decided he was good to go with us. I saw the vasa previa, told it my goodbyes and it was sent to pathology. I was extremely dizzy and nauseas, threw up multiple times but once my blood pressure went back up and the meds wore off I felt much better. Currently in a little bit of pain. Working on establishing milk supply and bonding us three before we see our little 2 rascals at home. The perfect birth story because it’s his and he’s here safely and without all of this, he wouldn’t have ok. Forever grateful 💙✨🌙
We can breathe again, we did it baby boy🌙Just recovering and resting in absolute awe of this little gift. We are all doing good and he’s here in our arms with both of us (not the nicu). Feeling ready to update friends + family now and will share the details on it all as soon as we’ve let everyone know. So grateful for every single one of you and all the people who helped get him here safely. So grateful. #praisebe
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