Happy Mother Means a Happy Child

Happy Mother Means a Happy Child

When you bring a life into this world, it gives you an amazing feeling which is very difficult to describe. When you see the face of your child for the first time, you forget all the pain and worries you had. We all try to give the best to our child but to the moms who are doing all these things, do not forget about yourself as a lot of things change after childbirth.
Firstly, there is no personal or me time. We all need to be on our toes. Raising children is not an easy task, so mothers need to be happy. Do things which make you happy even if it’s something like reading a beauty blog, article, or book.

When my child was born, for the first few months, I was struggling to keep up with my physical, mental and emotional health. My family is very supportive but still, I was missing something. Everyone just said, it’s just a phase, it will pass, and I thought why should I wait for this to pass; it’s a part of life, cherish it to the fullest. I used to travel a lot, meet different people from all around the world as part of my job. Like any other new mother, I felt tired mentally, physically and emotionally; so I decided to join the class. I didn’t have much time, so I joined the dance class near my house. There were some family members and relatives who were not happy as they thought that I am wasting my time and strength and also losing weight (I don’t have to lose any extra weight).

My husband was very supportive of this. He encouraged me to join the class and I did which I think is a good decision. I feel tired physically but I am happy as my child sees my happy face every day. It is not about dance it’s about something I do which makes me happy at the end of the day. Mothers, do whatever you can do to make you happy. If you cannot go out alone, take your child to the park, maybe you will find another new mom you can share all experience of motherhood with. And if not the park, go for a manicure or facial, something which makes you feel good. So mothers be proud to be happy and do whatever makes you happy.

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