I was talking to my niece today about how she was handling motherhood? Her baby is just tiny and she is a first time mom. Oh how I wish that you could tell them some things so that they wouldn't worry so much, but some things you just have to learn by experience. Many things in motherhood are like that. Those gems of wisdom are hard earned and not easy to pass on from one generation to another. So I will just smile, listen to her worries and pray that she hangs in there and that she soon learns that everything will be alright and how resilient these little babies are. Being a mom for the first time is truly an overwhelming feeling but one that no one would trade. How grateful I am that I get to work every day at the best job in the world! Here is a cute story that shares this same opinion. Good night dear friends!
"I remember my mother's prayers and they have always followed me. They have clung to me all my life." -- Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865)
Best Job In The World
I've been a mom (mother) for over 15 years now, and along with gaining spider veins, 25 pounds, and a few dozen worry wrinkles, I've also gained knowledge. I've also learned the following gems of wisdom:
Being a Mom is the best job in the world, and it's truly worth the spider veins, extra pounds and extra wrinkles.
" What is home without a mother?" -- Alice Hawthorne
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