Carrying a child doesn’t make you a mom

Carrying a child
doesn’t make you a
mom. Dropping
everything in your life
to make sure your
child has a good life,
makes you a mom.

There are many women that abandon their children at birth, yet they call themselves mothers. That’s not how the world works. A mother is that woman that does everything in her power to take good care of a child. She works really hard to help a child grow and become the best version of himself. You’re not a mother just for giving birth. Sure, that can be very challenging, but the reality is that it can end up being a problem if you just leave your child after birth.

A true mother is that woman that drops everything in her life in order to ensure that her child will have an amazing life. Even if life is going to be tricky from time to time, the best thing that you can do is to obtain support from others and move on. You need to be a mother no matter what and help your child as much as possible. At the end of the day, kids are unable to take care of themselves. You need to be as responsible as possible and do the right thing. Is it possible to do this properly on your own? Absolutely, but if you handle these things adequately nothing can stand in your way. Yes, there are tons of situations in life that are unfair. But you need to make the most out of every good thing in your life. Help others, take great care of your child and you will have lots of happiness in your life!

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2 thoughts on “Carrying a child doesn’t make you a mom

  • April 1, 2020 at 1:17 am

    This is our story. I gave birth to two children. No more children would come into our family that way. We adopted our third child when she was just weeks old. Precious little angel was tiny. Our first daughter wasn’t even in kindergrten yet..But she insisted she could hold her new sister. She held her and her brother just two years of age was so curious about this new baby sister..he would push and sometimes almost share the lap with this tiny baby, Fast forward to almost a year. spring was were blooming, sun was shining almost everyday, Our little baby daughte r wa s walking and loved to be out side with Mom and Dad and actually almost running with her older sister and brother. Those three preschool kiddies had such fun together, One day the five of us were in the yard looking at the flowers. Now we had a neighbor who wasn’t very pleasant and seemed that she didn’t care much for kids, She was walking past our home. She looked at our family and said(not in a friendly way) “I heard you adopted a child which one of the three is it?” I kept my eye on the active
    little ones. Out of the corner of my eye I looked at my husband. ..As he was playing with the three kids,
    they were running into daddy’s arms and he would give them a big hug. All of a sudden he remembered that this woman was waiting for an answer to her question. With that he gazed up at the woman and then smiled as he looked over at our family. He said, “I’m thinking of an answer to your question”..but the only answer I can give you is” I JUST CAN’T REMEMBER……

  • April 5, 2020 at 2:53 am

    I am 44 years old and i now have one living child that is 23 monthes…..hes not my first born though. 3 years ago my only son at the time decided to play russian roulette with another boy and unfortunately he lost his most precious asset…his life.
    I was in the next room and had no idea that he and his so called friend were engaged in such dangerous behavior. My higher power knew I desperately needed his help now if ever, and 5 monthes later blessed me with a son who i call Junior.
    I know too well how not giving all of you to your child can hinder greatly your ability to know what your child wven needs to be taken care of fully…by this i mean body as well as soul. Unfortunately for my 21year old son I learned this lesson too late, but I will be a better mother to junior as I now realize how very much he truly needs me…and how much I also need him


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