Dec 12, 2013

Becoming a woman.

As a mother, I am so much more aware. I notice every bump, every scratch, and every rash. I examine my small babe randomly throughout the day, and most of the time, I have no idea I am doing it. I check on him literally every second I can't see him, and almost always know exactly what he wants, or feels, without him having to tell me. Not that he could even if he wanted to, seeing how he can't talk. I feel this urge to constantly have him in my arms, love on him, and make him laugh. I smell him as if I have never smelt anything more tantalizing in my life, and let's face it, I haven't. Everything he wants I will gladly do for him, no questions ask, no "you owe me for this later" list made. All of this work, I do willingly, never wanting anything in return, because just one of his smiles is pay enough.

I know that women are born with the innate ability to love someone far beyond their capacity to love even themselves, but it really picks up during motherhood. As women, we are given the gift to create life, and with such a load, comes a special set of skills, far beyond animalistic instinct, and closer to godliness. These skills are made to insure a happy babe, and, just as naturally, a happy soulmate. Women are given the trait to be as selfless as they allow themselves to be, and just as loving and nurturing to those who are in need but cannot or will not ask. 

I feel like being a wife and mother has changed me for the better. Helping me to mend so many of my flaws, and really allowing me to grow into the person I hoped to someday be for them. I am so grateful to be a wife, a mother, and a woman. What a blessing it is. Someday, when I have a daughter, I will make sure she knows that she is a heavenly princess, and a gift to the world as such, as all girls and women are.

That being said, I noticed that the babe had a rash, which I quickly determined was coming from a laundry detergent I thought to be safe, since I have been using it for years. I did some research, and found Honest, by Jessica Alba. She too had broken out from a rash, no thanks to her detergent, and soon she was the founder of this fabulous clean company. She did it for her babes, and to help insure that everyone could have safer products. Talk about loving people far beyond, huh?! I melted! So, I caved, and bought a few things. Hopefully this helps my heavenly babe, after all he deserves only the very best!

This is not a sponsored post, and all products were purchased by me.

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