Friday, May 1, 2015

Every day is Mother's Day

Long days, sleepless nights, endless cries and puffy eyes. Giggles and chuckles, laughter and joys, smiles and frowns of my happy little one.

That pretty sums up my life every single day. I will never get tired of “feeling tired” as long as I can give what my baby needs.  I will sacrifice everything just to make her happy and promise to be the best mom I can be. I will love her more than the stars, until infinity and beyond.  

Few days from now, we’re about to celebrate Mother’s Day. (At the back of my mind, I like to appeal that every day should be Mother’s Day; that we should be thanking and celebrating life with them every day. ) It’s going to be my first Mother’s day and for first timer moms like me, the ordinary day every 2nd  Sunday of May unexpectedly turned in to something special. Right this very moment, I still couldn’t believe that I have this beautiful daughter who adores and appreciates me. My dream of becoming a mom has turned in to reality.  How can I not dream about being a mom? This is actually the best thing that has ever happened to me. It made me a better person and after I gave birth to a lovely daughter, it’s like all the stars have aligned and all my questions in life have been answered.  I will forever be thankful to God for this blessing and letting me experience this bliss.



To all the moms out there, flabby tummies, messy hair, battle scars, stretch marks, eye bags -  these are just some of the few things that we are made of. Whenever long days and endless nights seem like infinity, just take a look at your beautiful living miracle and everything will be fine. One day, all of our hardships on being a mom will pay off. Seize every moment, enjoy the time while  you can still squeeze your children and hug them tight. Continue looking in to their eyes and showering them with smooches. Remember, these kind of moments will turn in to memories, because one day, you’ll be surprised, that the little bean you have pampered from months to early years of childhood, no longer wants to be kissed and touched. 

Kudos to all of us. We are doing a great job. Cheers!

PS: To my mom in heaven, I know you are watching over us. Thank you. I will never be a great mom, if not for you. I never understood the depth of your love for me until I became a mom.

10 comments:

  1. flabby tummies, messy hair, battle scars, stretch marks, eye bags, all so true. agreeing with you, will never trade these with not having my kids around. thanks for sharing.

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  2. Cheers to being Super Moms! Advance Happy Mother's Day to you.

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  3. This is so sweet! True every day should be mother's day. I don't know how I'll be when the day comes nga na they don't want to be hugged and kissed like they do now. :)
    Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Exactly right. Everyday must be Mother's Day because of our priceless love to our family.

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  5. Exactly right. Mother's Day should be celebrated everyday because of our priceless love to our family.

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  6. what a sweet post! happy 1st mother's day to you :)

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  7. Happy mothers in advance. I salute you all for whole heartedly and unselflessly giving all you got for your kids.

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  8. Great post! Although I am not a mom who gave birth physically but I can totally relate since I became a what I called a 'proxy' mom to 5 kids and it was a heck of a job. -Macy

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  9. I agree! Every day must be Mother's day. :) It's extra special for you because this is your first. I hope you're hubby will make it sweet. :)

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  10. What would the world be without mothers! Advance Happy Mother's Day to you!

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