Happy Mother’s Day!!!

Becoming a mother has been one of the best things to happen in my life. When I look at my son, I cannot explain the amount of love I have for him. It may sound cliche, but I didn’t know how much I could love someone, until I had him.
I’ve learned that being a mother is not an easy feat! It is however, one of the most rewarding things ever! I may not always feel like I’m doing a great job, and sometimes I need some reassurance, but I wouldn’t give it up for anything this life has to offer. 
Every time my son does something new or says something that sounds too mature for his age, I can’t help but feel pride! My son is smart, witty, kind, caring and loving. He is everything you can ever want in a child. He is my heart and I pray he grows up and remains the same.

I want my son to always know I will be there for him through thick and thin. He’s only 5 now, but already he speaks to me if he is sad, angry,frustrated, happy, etc. I’ve always taught him, since very young, that it’s perfectly ok for him to express his feelings and emotions. It’s ok if he cries. It’s ok if he has questions. I will not be upset over it. Even his teacher has told me she is so impressed with how intune he is with his feelings and she knows that comes from home. It sure does! My son can tell me any and everything, without me judging him. I pray he continues this way with me and my husband, as he gets older. I pray he will grow up to have a beautiful and fulfilling life and always remember that mommy will be there for him ❤️.

So on this Mother’s Day, I want to wish all the moms out there a very happy Mother’s Day! I want to thank you for being selfless, loving and tough! Thank you for trying to make this world s little bit better, by raising good children who are empathetic, loving and caring. Thank you for all you do and always trying your very best! 

Have a loving, restful and blessed day, xoxo.



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