Motherhood can start from as early as the womb. From the moment you conceive and start taking the necessary steps to care for your unborn child the journey begins and continues long after they are born.
Motherhood is more than just giving birth to a child. It is a responsibility that you often accept without knowing the full details of what is required and you do it anyway. It is a promise that you will do all you can to ensure the well-being of your baby.
However, there are a lot of women out there who did not give birth to the children they are caring for. Some of these women treat the children in their care with so much love and affection that they deserve recognition and appreciation for all that they do. Whether the kids are through marriage, adoption or through mentoring – I want to tell you all a heart-felt thank you!
The world is a better place with people like you in it. My sister has no kids at this time but the way she treats my kids you would never know that. She is truly a beautiful person and I believe one day she would make a great mom. I want to thank her for all she does. I consider her a second mother to my kids. I know she has their best interest at heart and that means so much to me. We’re truly blessed to have her apart of our lives.
Those of you who aren’t mothers yet I won’t lie to you motherhood has its difficult moments but there are also the rewarding and happy moments too. No one has all the answers and many of us learn as we go as well as through the guidance of the more experienced mothers around us.
Motherhood should be cherished and never taken for granted. Being a mother has given me some lessons in patience, understanding, selflessness, sacrifice, unconditional love, forgiveness, responsibility and the importance of family. It has also shown me how strong I am emotionally, spiritually and physically.
To all the mothers out there I want to urge you to keep supporting, protecting and working with your children. Don’t give up on them, love them and pray for them.
May God give us the strength, patience and wisdom to execute our responsibilities in a way that is pleasing to him. May our children take comfort in knowing that we are always here for them.
Stay strong and blessed. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂