A Piece of Advice On Parenting and What It Feels Like Being A Mom

A Piece of Advice On Parenting and What It Feels Like Being A Mom

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I would say parenting involves a great deal of consistency and routine, which gives children a sense of control. There is no such thing as good or bad parenting. Parents always tend to raise their children in the best way possible. It’s just that a case of some parents trying to do each and every thing for their children, while some tending to make their children suffer a bit of hardship to make them understand that nothing in this world is free.

Being a parent is not an easy job, especially for all the moms out there. The reasion I am emphasising on the word ‘mom’ is because a mother takes care of her children for an extra 9 months when they are in the womb. Those 9 months are the most precious and important part of life. We start loving a child from the day we know we are pregnant.

Once the child is born, the responsibility starts. We lose our sleep, we can go into postpartum depression, we no more feel beautiful… But, when we see our child’s first smile, we forget all our pains.

Being a mom is not an easy job, but always remember that while many people will say many things to you, no one knows more about your child than yourself. Always trust your instincts and stop judging yourself on whether you are doing well or not. Lastly (but not the least), just enjoy your motherhood and parenting!

Remember that no one is ever ready – parenthood chooses you. When you open your eyes, look at what you have got and say “oh my gosh”, and recognize that of all things you ever got, nothing is better than being parents.

I would say to everyone out there that have at least one kid, because becoming parents is a feeling which you cannot express. When a woman comes to know that she is going to be a mom, she feels out of this world and cannot stop being happy. She wants to share the news with everyone!

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