A Letter to My Daughter
Dear Baby Bear,
It has been 2 years since I’ve had you and to say that you changed my life would be an understatement. Being your mommy has been God’s biggest gift to me. I was able to discover this whole new side of me, a side which is nurturing, intuitive and selfless. Being a mother was such an unknown territory for me and to say that I was scared would not be enough. I doubted myself at every step, and still do sometimes, and I know a part of me will always will, as to if I am making the right decisions for you until you can make all of your big decisions for yourself. Before I had you, I would often question the universe of my purpose on this planet. And I know that it was you! You were born so that my life would get a new meaning and through you, I was born again! You were born to bring me immense joy and you were born to teach me the true meaning of unconditional love.
Thank you Baby Bear for being the most perfect daughter I could have asked for. I love every part of you – flaws, tantrums, and all. You are perfect in my eyes. I can’t wait to grow with you and watch you soar in life. Thank you for allowing me to be your mother. If there is one thing I’d like you to understand, it is to never lose yourself in the temporary. No one has ever seen, no one has ever heard, and no one has ever imagined what God has prepared for you.
Hopefully, one day when you read this letter, you will how much I love you, and I promise you this, no matter who enters your life, I will love you more than any of them. You put the beautiful in my life.
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