How motherhood has transformed me: 10 lessons I learnt!
Motherhood to me is summarised by this 😶
Having a baby is perhaps the biggest turning event of a woman’s life. For me too, it was an overwhelming and a fufilling moment. Little did I know how my life was going to change after that moment.
I am sharing with you 10 lessons motherhood has taught me. It continues to teach me even more lessons everyday. I am sure I will be writing a post on 100 lessons soon.😂
So if you are a mom, you will relate to what I have written below. If you are going to become a mom, you will remember reading my post someday and have a laugh about it. If you are a father or father-to-be, you will nod your head in agreement too!
👉 motherhood is NOT easy. It feels like another postgraduation to me. My medical /dental friends would get this.
👉 motherhood is rewarding. That toothless smile makes up for any amount of crap you have been putting up with all day
👉 baby’s naturecall is always the topmost priority.. even more than your own
👉 I can now sleep in the tiniest of corners in the most awkward positions
👉 How miraculous my body really is. I mean, each and every ounce of this tiny human being is gradually and slowly built from my own body. If this doesnt marvel you I don’t know what else will.
👉 How much you can get done in an hour by yourself..😎
👉there’s nothing like too many photographs, too many kisses and too much cuddling. I can do this all day and still yearn for more.
👉raising kids is a walk in a park. Jurrassic park.😉
👉picking up my tiny human and smelling his butt is normal and necessary
👉childbirth is the easiest part of motherhood. The real deal starts after that.
To know more about my adventures of motherhood, log on to my Instagram page
This post is a part of the blog train- 2 started by Pooja Kawatra of Mums & Babies where she has brought together mothers from across the globe. Do read her blog post on How Motherhood has changed me – http://www.themumsandbabies.com/2017/09/how-motherhood-has-changed-me/
Hop over to the lovely Sumira’s page who writes experimental posts about her adventures as a mother here.