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.
Being a mom is one of the greatest blessings I have ever received. It is the greatest job in the world at least for me. Becoming a mother has been a journey and not always an easy one. At times being a mother can be hard to handle. You are responsible for another little human being who relies on you for all their needs but I wouldn’t have it any other way.
4 reasons I love being a mother
There are so many reasons I love being a mother but the main one of course is My Son. Without him I would not even be a mother. My son is the highlight of my life. He has brought such an incredible joy to it I couldn’t imagine life without him. He always brightens my day even though he can be a little gremlin at times. I have started calling him our sour patch kid. First, he is sour than he is sweet then is gone running to play.
My son is goofy, loving, caring, intelligent, and tries to help even at the early age of 17 months. I am so proud to be raising this amazing little boy and have him call me mom.
I love being a mom because it has made my marriage stronger. It is always wonderful to see your spouse be so wonderful as a parent. I love my husband dearly and have been with him since we were 13 years old (currently he is 22 and I am 21 will be 22 June 7th happy early birthday to me). Seeing him with our son being such an amazing father has made me fall in love with him even more.
It has made me better
I love being a mom because it has made me grow as a person. I was struggling to find my path in life. Trying to find my purpose without any direction but only getting lost. Having my son has shown me my path in life. The path I was always meant to take just lost sight of my goals and myself. Becoming a mother has really opened my eyes and changed me for the better.
That is why I love being a mother
I love being a mother and always will. Being a mother has changed me in ways I could never have imagined. It has opened my eyes and showed me how great life truly is. It has slowed me down and made me stop and smell the roses instead of just passing them by. My son is why I am honored to celebrate Mother’s Day. Why do you love being a mother or seeing your spouse as one?