"during the intervening liminal period, the state of the ritual subject is ambiguous; he passes through a realm that has few or none of the attributes of the past or coming state.”
Victor W Turner, “Betwixt and Between; The Liminal Period in Rites de Passage,” The Proceedings of the American Ethnological Society (1964), Symposium on New Approaches to the Study of Religion, pp. 4-20.
An indefinable shift in your experience of time, normality, reality, rhythms.
Where do you reside now that everything has changed, you are not who you were, not yet who you are going to become. Motherhood, a rite of passage, betwixt and between.