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This Too Shall Pass – Let’s Lift Up Each Other and Spread Happiness!
To all the new moms out there, here’s a big hug, and a big congratulations! Welcome to motherhood! “Been there, done that” is where I begin.
To the moms who are awake at night, be patient. This shall pass.
To the mom out there whose kid is in pain and crying, and you don’t know for what, this too shall pass.
To the mom out there whose kid is behind on some milestones, the worry will end soon. This too shall pass.
To the moms out there who are worried about their weight gain, don’t worry, you will lose some weight. This too shall pass.
To the moms out there whose kids are trying to keep with academics, this too shall pass.
To all the mothers out there, don’t stress; you won’t even know when your infants turn into toddlers, preschoolers, middle schoolers, and then college going students! And then, you are seeing them graduate and move to other cities or countries.
It’s okay to worry, but don’t forget to enjoy their childhood. Celebrate new milestones and small achievements. Click as many pictures you can. Hug them, kiss them, play with them, do the crazy stuff you always wanted to do; paint, dance, make faces, splash water, jump, play hide-and–seek and all your childhood games!
Teach them, discipline them; it is never ‘No’ for teaching, but enjoy the small moments, too. They will never come back.
Your child is already going through lots of things – school, peer pressure, and lots of other things. Children need assurance, too; this too shall pass. Don’t stop trying. As parents, encourage them, tell them their efforts are good, keep trying, practice makes perfect.
To all the parents out there, we know you care for us. Don’t turn your questions to more worries for us. As a human being, or as a well-wisher, you are always aware which topic can touch someone’s nerves. Don’t talk about it with that person.
Let’s lift each other up with some good vibes, good spirits, and happiness, instead adding on more worries! Let’s help each other with all the techniques we know, and encourage each other. Happy Parenting!