Finally I Heard the Word “Mamma”

mother watching her baby crawl

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I am a mother now to a cute little boy. As a working woman, I hardly get time to play with my child or to notice his ‘firsts’. During the lunch hour, I used to video call just to see him because, for a mother, it is really very hard to eat before feeding her own child. Now, its been two months, I am locked down in my house, and I have been watching mu child grow up. I could see his first teeth and watch him crawl all day. Now, I can feed him as and when he wants. He plays with me. He dances with me. I even heard him say ‘mamma’ the other day. His first word. Isn’t it beautiful?

There are so many working mothers who were not able to shower much love and care on their children. All of them must spend quality time with their children. The thread of love is now getting much stronger between my son and I. I think I got enough time to spend with my cutie. But now, its time to go back to the office and resume life as it was before. I am lucky because there are so many mothers who can’t even touch their kids. I call them Corona Warriors. Only mothers would understand what they are going through because when a mother holds her child in her arms, it is the most beautiful moment of her life. To all those mothers – don’t worry. This is the time you need to be strong. You will inspire your kids because right now, the motherland is above motherhood. Nothing is more important than that. May we soon get a Sanjeevani for Corona.

For now, stay home and stay safe.

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