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Enchantress
19th September 2010, 05:05 PM
I've carried a
child within my body. I have comforted babies on my chest. I have
kissed boo boos, mended hearts, been puked on, peed and pooped on, woke
up in the middle of the night to a feverish child and more. But I
wouldn't have it any other way. My body isn't magazine perfect but when
I look in the mirror I see a mom and there is no greater honor or
blessing.

CuTiEbABy
19th September 2010, 07:01 PM
I've carried a
child within my body. I have comforted babies on my chest. I have
kissed boo boos, mended hearts, been puked on, peed and pooped on, woke
up in the middle of the night to a feverish child and more. But I
wouldn't have it any other way. My body isn't magazine perfect but when
I look in the mirror I see a mom and there is no greater honor or
blessing.

Bless you Mama....Thank God for your life and that of all mothers.

Jaida
19th September 2010, 09:24 PM
I've carried a
child within my body. I have comforted babies on my chest. I have
kissed boo boos, mended hearts, been puked on, peed and pooped on, woke
up in the middle of the night to a feverish child and more. But I
wouldn't have it any other way. My body isn't magazine perfect but when
I look in the mirror I see a mom and there is no greater honor or
blessing.

If only there was a college prep for motherhood 1301, cus i missed all the warning signs on the label, sleepless nights...Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat! A greater honor and blessing that i couln't go back for #2, someday. Some mothers let go after childbirth, it's not dat ez to bounce back to normal weight, possibly gaining even more when there is no support from your other half. Either ways, am thankful for 1, some try years, only to be replaced by mother-in-law "i found you this wonderful responsible girl for you" no choice but "i need my grand "son" hmmmm