How I Am Enjoying the Feeling of My First Motherhood!

How I Am Enjoying the Feeling of My First Motherhood!

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Motherhood is the best feeling in this world. I can feel this now, because now I am a mother of a one year old baby girl. I lost my mother early, when I was at the age of 15. But when I became a mother, I felt that this is the best thing in the world. No relationship, no person, no thing and no feeling can match the joy of motherhood. When I saw my baby girl for the first time, I just said haww, she is just like me, and I was full of happiness.

I know that being a mother is not a easy job; many troubles come when you become a first-time mother. But believe me, when you see the face and cute smile of your baby, all your troubles go away. I am really thankful to God for blessing me with the cutest baby, and I enjoying my motherhood very well.

I just want to say to all the mommies that give your child your best, because the things a baby can learn from their mother, can’t be learned from any other person. When I became a mother, I faced many ups and downs after the birth of my baby. But, I never lost my heart. I had trust on God, and finally after 2 and half months, I got my baby in my arms. I remember that day; it was the best day of my life. I always wondered during my pregnancy if I could become a good mother or not, how I will manage to take care of my baby, etc. But, when I became a mother, I realized that motherhood is God’s gift, and now I can take care of my baby very well.

I am really thankful to God for giving me a little princess. Daughters a gift from God, which He doesn’t bestow upon just anybody.

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