Mother’s World and Her Responsibilities

Mother's World and Her Responsibilities

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Having a child is a pure blessing. It can be challenging to handle a child alone, but it is a wonderful feeling when we hold those ting hands; taking care of the baby is a full-time job. Daily massage and bath, on-time feeding, trying to make sure he doesn’t cry for any reason, he doesn’t have any problems, calming him when he wakes up cringing in sleep, making sure everything is perfect, loving your child unconditionally, trying to talk to him, understanding what he needs, maintaining the doctor’s prescribed medications daily, six months of breastfeeding, take better care of yourself. In contrast, the baby sleeps, give time to your other child, create a bond between the children, and appreciate the elder one.

I’m grateful I have this opportunity to be a mother to my children; yes, it’s a big job to handle, but it’s an incredible experience. Never think of a child as a burden; one day, they will have friends, and you won’t be able to cuddle them as you used to.

So take advantage of this fantastic opportunity. Consider each day a new adventure, and make some memories with your child. Never believe you’re alone or weak. Just love unconditionally because it’s the only thing you can give in the world. Every mother has her own experience with her child, so enjoy what you’re doing. Never compare yourself to others because you know the best for your child.

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