MOTHERS DAY 2016



Granted I wanted to do absolutely nothing for Mother's Day, I didn't want to celebrate it alone or without my child. When I think about my daughter in the future, I wonder what she would tell her husband that she wishes I could've done better. Would she wish I played with her more often, listened to her more, had more patience? I want to do those things better everyday. Though I find myself on rare occasions getting frustrated and dying for some "alone time", I am quick to realize that her time is more precious than any "alone time" I might desire. 

"Motherhood is a choice you make everyday to put someone else's happiness and well-being ahead of your own. " - Donna Ball 


 


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