A Note to Mothers.

The most empowering stage in my life was when I was pregnant with my son. I am thankful to God, and privileged to be called a Mother. This is a role that I do not take for granted. Mother’s day this year was one I looked forward to because it’s my first. But, turns out that we are housebound. All thanks to Quarantine and social distancing. Regardless of the situation at ground, we are very much worthy of being celebrated today.

There is so much to celebrate in motherhood, being able to carry life for 10 months & deliver it. Has taught me that there isn’t anything a woman can’t do. 

The exhaustion of motherhood is real mentally, physically, and emotionally. This journey requires complete dedication, and selflessness to your baby. But as my son grows and reaches these milestones, I am content in knowing that my sacrifices are paying off. Regardless of the hard work that comes with mothering. 

I find myself waking up in the middle of the night. Not to the sound of my infant crying, but just to stare at him as he sleeps. Not to breastfeed, but to watch him breathe. Not to change his diaper, but to say a prayer over him because he is everything to me and MORE!!! 

Thank You for choosing me Son. You make me so happy. I love you .

I love this phase of my life. I feel so content, and fulfilled. I might have tried and failed at some things. But, I will NEVER stop giving 100% at being the best mom I can be.  No matter how difficult. 

Motherhood is wonderful, even in the chaos. It’s a life changer. And I’m grateful for this privilege. This is the closest I’ve gotten to unconditional love and by far one of the greatest blessings God has given me.

To all Mothers,

Mothers who are first time moms,

Mothers who are mourning the loss of a child,

Mothers who are waiting to meet their first baby,

Mothers who are currently pregnant,

Mothers who are surrogates,

Mothers who are apart from their kids due to one reason or the other,

Mothers who have lost that bond with their children, 

Mothers who are spiritually strong for her fellow woman,

First born daughters who play the role of mothers, 

Whatever the role as a Mother means to you. 

You are celebrated today because you are power, strength & kindness. You may feel broken, but you make broken look beautiful. You take the universe on your shoulder and make it look like a breath of fresh air. I want you to know that you are absolutely beautiful in your postpartum body. And those stripes of a tiger, have been earned. They are your affirmation that you birthed life.

From one mother to another, motherhood look so good on you. Be kind and gentle with yourself because you are the bomb in this role. I know it is tough, but take the time out today to relax. You deserve it. 

No matter what stage of motherhood you are in. Take a moment to celebrate yourself. You deserve a pat on the back. 

Happy Mother’s Day Queens.

Published by VeraYanney

Vera Yanney, is a wife and a mother who believes that women often times struggle with balancing these roles (Womanhood, Wife-hood, & Motherhood). Her blog Mom Rapport, empowers a healthy balance between feminine roles and also supports Millennial moms, doing the best that they can. Not forgetting that we are women first.

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