Have you ever wondered how some mothers always seems to be put together, have a sparkling clean house with carpet lines, look so well rested, and overall in control? I know I have as I just could never seem to do it all. Oh, I tried so hard but all I seemed to do is make myself beyond the point of exhaustion that it was hard to function some days. I would take care of my son all day then when he took his naps tried to clean up some but did majority of my cleaning once he was in bed. I would be up till 3 in the morning trying to get those carpet lines all for them to disappear by morning. Continue Reading →
In honor of Mother’s Day
In honor of Mother’s Day, I want to tell you 4 reasons I love being a mom. There are so many reasons I love being a mom but these are the main reasons and why. Continue Reading →
Being a mother is one of life’s greatest blessings. Mother’s Day is fast approaching. I believe we all as parents should be acknowledge everyday but it is nice each one of us having a designated day too.
Trying to think of the perfect gift for Mother’s Day is hard. There are so many ideas and options to choose from. Here is are a few of my favorites.
A needed break
When you are a mom it is hard to get a break. There is always something to do. A diaper needs to be changed, a baby needs to be fed, a sippy cup needing found, and etc. When you do get a break, it is rare. I was given a break from my husband yesterday. That was definitely a needed break. Even though I was not happy how long they were going to be gone. I even told him to just come back a couple times, of course, he refused. Continue Reading →
A mother’s bond
A mother’s bond with their child is something no one can understand. Just as no one can understand a fathers bond with their child. For a mother, we carry our child for 9 long months. Feeling their kicks, hiccups, and every little move they make. We are able to feel them before they are even born. Before we are even able to see them. We nurture them, supply everything they need, and eventually give birth to them. We go through unimaginable pain to bring our precious bundle into this world.
My bond with my son
My child is my everything. He is my heart and soul. He is my best friend. My baby love. There is absolutely nothing I wouldn’t do for my son. I breastfeed him, take care of him day and night, and I am always there for him. Being a stay at home mom I am able to build on the bond my son and I have. I have this bond with him that no one else will be able to have. The bond, a mother and her son share, is something not to mess with. It is something only we can have. Something that will grow as he gets older and never go away.
Having this bond is so important in a relationship between mother and child. It is something you will rely on when things get tough. It is something that will help them when they are having a rough day or not feeling well. This is the bond a mother and child share the day you find out your pregnant. You start building your bond when you are pregnant and just expand on it and nurture it when they are born. Never give up on this bond. Continue to nurture it as they grow up and have kids of their own. Even then they will rely on this bond to get through life with their own children.