What Motherhood Is to Me

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Hi Mommies,

I’m a new mommy from Bangalore. I don’t have any interesting story to share, but I felt like writing my experience, which might be same as yours, on this platform. Before I became a mom, I was, and am even today, my mom’s girl and my dad’s world. Nothing has changed thank god, but my attitude has changed towards life, parents, God, and family now after being blessed with a baby girl. I now understand even the tiniest of concern my parents had and most of those, at one point, was irritating to me. They were so right, and I always obeyed them no matter what. I am happy and thankful today to them for every single thing they have done for me. I’m sure I cant be like them to my kid, but I’ll surely try. That is my aim – to raise my princess the way my parents raised me, without any compromises, fulfilling all my dreams.

When I held my little one in my arms, I promised to her and myself that I would never let my baby compromise on anything, not even a small piece of chocolate. As I dedicate my time to make every meal of my kid, I remember my mom doing the same for me years ago. As I kiss my daughter, I remember the kisses my queen, my mother, showered upon me. I also worry when a stranger holds my baby, just like my mother. I could see the concern in her eyes even when a stranger spoke to me. I also feel what my kid feels. So does my mom, even today. I understand what my kid wants even before she would express it, so does my mother. She has been to the point when it comes to my needs and emotions.

This is pure love.

I love you, Ma.

Motherhood, to me, has always been my mom, my jannah.

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