When a mother is born 

When a child is born, a mother is born too. 
She has given birth not only to an amazing life, but a new life of her own. She is starting something new. A journey into something she has never experienced before. Something that no book or class could ever prepare her for. A life that that was completely different from the one she lived before. 
Her body will change, but her heart and the way she thinks and feels will change completely. She will feel more emotions than she ever felt. She will feel the highest highs, and the lowest lows. She will worry more, cry more, laugh more and give more of herself than she ever did. 
She will understand what true love is. 
She will know what it’s like to be always surrounded, but at the same time, what it’s like to feel alone. She will relive her childhood once again, through different eyes. She will remember the good and the bad in her youth, and do all she can to make it perfect for her child. 
She learns to fiercely protect, and nurture, all the while feeling that she can never give enough. 
But she does, because when a mother is born, a bit of her heart is missing, because she gave it to her baby.
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4 Comments Add yours

  1. alinabarac says:

    So beautifully said. I totally agree. When I had my baby I felt like I was born again. A different me, a better me, a me filled with so much love I never knew I could give


  2. The Mothership says:

    This is just beautiful. I love your blog. I have nominated you for the Blogger Recognition Award https://henryparkerandthemothership.wordpress.com/2017/01/24/blogger-recognition-award/


    1. Laura Mazza says:

      Ohh that is so nice!! Thank you so much!

      Liked by 1 person

    2. Laura Mazza says:

      I find this app so shitty to use. So if I’m delayed it’s because I’m like a grandma with it lol

      Liked by 1 person

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