Thank you for always being there for me through the good times, & the bad times. We’ve learned and grew together through time and we will continue gaining not only knowledge but wisdom, courage, respect, trust, and love for one another till death do us part.. I promise to always be there and to always have your back as well as you have mine.. So there’s nothing wrong with us starting a family “early” as some say but other say we are starting a family “late” but I got you 🤰🏽 knowing that my child will grow up having a wonderful, beautiful, loving mom who will always be there to teach us both the way of life and how much family really means.. I love you Paris Webb.. Thanks for going half on our baby boy..
The moment a child is born, the mother is also born. She never existed before. The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely new.”😋😄 and so in you the child your mother lives on and through your family continues to live… so at this time look after yourself and your family as you would your mother for through you all she will truly never die.😎🤰👪 @naisharg & @dg1190 All d best guys n it was always pleasure to shoot life besties 😊😍😙😘 .
PC : @kishan.upadhyay01 (Page3studio)
"The slamming of the door woke me from what felt like a nightmare. I was dreaming and as I woke, I could feel my heart pounding from the fear of being locked in a closet. A closet of grief, anxiety and this life after loss. Friends of loss would agree that it's a never-ending roller coaster that we are forced to ride the rest of our lives. Good days, bad days, and days that you wish you could erase altogether. But what about those days that never came? You know, the ones that kept you motivated and hopeful. They became the X on the treasure map or the tape at the end of a race. You found yourself running as fast as you could or being strategic to get to the treasure and yet, you fell short, scraped your knee, ripped up the map and never made it to the prize. Your due date never came and now it only poses as a date on a calendar you dread to see. It serves as a reminder that you fell, you failed and couldn't read the map." New on the blog - it's our due date that never came. Link in bio. 💙💙
The beautiful Ursula from @ulipekstyle looking very stylish in pink wearing our Pink Captain Necklace 👩💖
Guess what? It's on sale until the end of the day... Tic toc ! Get your own necklace, enjoy free shipping in Australia and know that $1 per product sold is donated to @makeawishaust !! Shopping has never felt this good 💖🤗 @mr.obear
Here’s a scenario....
You've just had a baby, your first child. You consider yourself to be mature woman who is more than capable of raising a child. You live with your in-laws, so you always knew help would be close by if you ever needed it.
After the exhausting experience of child birth, you bring your child home. Everyone is fussing around the baby but you enjoy it as you can see how happy everyone is and the love they have for the new family member.
But the next thing you know, someone else is giving your baby a bath, introducing it to new people, changing its clothes, changing its nappies, playing with the baby, putting the baby to sleep and even feeding the baby because you are bottle feeding and are unable to nurse. Everything is being done for you to the point that you feel like you have no role to play, despite being the mother - the person who carried that child for nine months.
The only time you end up having with the baby is at night when the baby is sleeping or here and there for a feed. You start to wonder when you'll truly get the chance to bond with your baby..
Do you step in and stop these extremely happy family members and tell them you want to spend some time with your own child or do you let it be and keep reminding yourself that this child is going to be with you forever so let the grandparents, aunties and uncles have their fun with the baby and enjoy him? After all you do want them to have a strong bond with the child too!
Please let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!
Contributed by: Anonymous
Happy Birthday to one of the most beautiful women I know @pr3tty_n_chanel ! Girl you know you’re like a sister to me, and I’m so blessed to have you in my life! I love your sassy lil attitude, I love how outspoken you are, your hilarious sense of humor, and your kind heart and compassion you show for people and animals. You’re an amazing person, and you’re going to be an amazing mother. I’m so excited for this new journey you’re on and I’m even more excited that we get to enjoy this ride together.I love you sis! Enjoy your day! #happybirthday#mothertobe#sisters#bffs#birthdaygirl