I feel extra thrilled to communicate to mothers. I do respect, adore and admire good mothers. When I say good mothers, I imply mothers who accepted and embraced the gift of motherhood. Whether they have given birth or nurtured little ones and made them their own, they deserve to be recognized.
To accept the duty of carrying a baby for nine months, with all the nausea and discomfort that comes with adjusting mundane schedules both at work and home, is worth applause. The process of pregnancy until birth time is miraculous. Child birth is all together something else in my opinion—I normally call it a thin line between life and death. Raising toddlers to adults is another phase all together for, it requires extreme love, patience and commitment. For this reason, it is worthwhile to call mothers true Heroines.
I could praise mothers all day long and never tire. However, I will shed some light on what mothers will be expecting from this new column—Mother’s Journal.
Mother’s Journal will be a mirror where mothers will find reflected information concerning them, their babies (children) and up to date parenting tips.
Together we shall look into subjects that help mothers discover, improve and enjoy their day to day lives.
Mothers are a great gift to their children. Just like potters, children are like clay in the hands of a mother; they have all the right to mold their children into any shape they like.
This shaping starts right from the time a child is born. Research also proves that a mother is able to communicate to the unborn baby. This drives me to a point that mothers greatly influence life.
A good mother will always be remembered for her great deeds. As mothers, let us work hard to make sure that we give the best we can to our off spring. Good mothers are great heroines.