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Sunday, May 8, 2011

Mother's Day!!!!!


What a wonderful and special day! Although, it can be hard for us that struggle with infertility or have had a loss, what a special day it is!

My lovely aunt sent me a "Happy Mothers Day" last year. She reminded me that just because my baby was an angel baby, I was still a earth mother and had created a special being I would one day get to meet in heaven. My husband sent me chocolate covered strawberries and told me to be patient, in God's time.

This mothers day is different, still remembering our precious angel baby, we are waiting on the arrival of our two Twinkies. Having morning sickness and just being tired all the time makes me appreciate all the mothers out there that have gone through this many times. After bringing the baby in this world, they forget about all the pain and suffering they endured to get them here and are ready for the next baby. It really is a miracle and an amazing thing. Being pregnant and watching the stages of your baby and your body, is a reminder of our amazing creator.

Then after the baby is here, the nourishment and the love a mother gives you that is unconditional. What an amazing gift we were giving to bare children and be able to mother children. Also for those of us that cant have children, we still have the maternal instinct to mother those children in need.


Happy mothers day to the mothers, mothers to be, and earth mothers! May it be BLESSED!!!!!!!

5 comments:

Baby Hopes said...

Happy Mother's Day!!! Hope you're having a wonderful day with your growing family!

Just the three of us! said...

This brought tears to my eyes (hello, emotional!) very nicely written. Happy Mothers Day to you!

Kelli said...

Happy Mother's Day to you!!

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mommyinwaiting said...

Congrats on your pregnancy with twins. I hope the nausea doesn't get too bad and that you have a blessed healthy pregnancy.

here from ICLW.

PS I am also preggers with twins (11 weeks)