it was MAY 19, 2005.
The common symptoms and complaints of a pregnant women especially morning sickness what made me think that I'm pregnant.
My husband is with me when I got my first checked up to confirm it and showed him the test. It took him a second to realize what he was looking at and then he was overjoyed! “We did it!” he exclaimed. And we hugged and kissed and celebrated the moment. It was amazing.
"I remember the moment that I became a mother. Not physically but spiritually. The day that I've known that I'm pregnant.. Then feel her in my womb, felt her first kick...
Then the big day come! When I first heard her cry...When they lifted her and place her in my arms.. still wet and a bit bloody after her exit from my womb.
I can't sleep on our first night together, after giving birth.. I kept looking her most of the day.. look and counted her tiny fingers and toes.. I nursed her. Look her with her father sleep together.. Took many pictures of her...
JUST WANT TO SHARE THIS. I MADE A BABY SCRAPBOOK EACH OF THEM LIKE THEIR FIRST SMILE, FIRST NAIL CUT ETC. FOR ME THIS IS THE MOST PRECIOUS ONE! HOPE THEY APPRECIATE THIS WHEN THEY GROW UP..
Ohh! I burst into tears.
Motherhood is a lot of work. But I wouldn't trade it in for the world! I adore my kids.. And as I watch them grow up so quickly everyday, I wonder at God's grace, and beauty. How awesome He is creating something so wonderful.
No amount of academic preparation will make the journey to parenting a less bumpy ride, or any less joyful. We go to school for years to prepare ourselves for the work world, but nothing quite prepares you for being a mom or dad.
If someone asked me if what's the most memorable experience with my child is the time I breast-feed them when they are still a baby.. It naturally develops mother and child bonding.
And I'm thankful to someone who is at my side to learn the motherhood things...my MOM! I am a daughter of a Minister of church. I grew up in a pressure situation where I was expected to look and act in a certain manner, and always had to put on a smile. But my Mom serve as my best friend and taught me not to be pressure and enjoy each day of my life. My parents taught me to love God first and foremost.
And now as a wife of a co-worker of God, I thought about the kind of mom I had and the kind of mom I wanted to be. I realized I wanted to be just like my Mom. She was an amazing role model and mentor and so many things in between.
Thank you MOM for everything you've done.
To my daughter's: Thank you, you complete me! You've been my greatest teacher of love, tolerance, honesty and compassion. I'm so proud that you are mine.
Thanks for being a woman...for being a mother..."
HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!