~Being the Mother of a boy, last from son up...to son down~

~Happy Mother's Day~

Thursday, May 7, 2009

As I sit back and ponder on Mother's Day, my mind drifts to the start of my own....I was only 20(I know I was young....)Anyway, you never really stop to think that you have a little person growing inside of you, not to mention what they will do to try and get out!!!! It seemed to be everyone's favorite past time to sit around and watch Kyle kick so hard it would make my boobs bounce up and down....NO KIDDING!

As Mother's we go through so many tears, hugs, laughes, cuddles, fevers and kisses. Not to mention all the moments we stop and hold our breath. As they take their first step, say Mama for the first time, ride their first bike, walk up the hill on their first day of school, hit their first home run, get stiches for the first time, learn how to swim, and spend their first night away from home....and those are just my "non breath" moments. I am sure others of you have a list of your own as I know I have several more to come before Kyle is grown and out on his own. Although, from what I have been told it doesn't end there.

So I want to take a minute to thank God for making me a Mother and blessing me with the most amazing "little wad of choas". Kyle has taught me so many things in only 12 years. How to love unconditional, laugh uncontrollably, and how to believe without seeing. Thank you Bubba for all the many gifts you give me everyday!

To all the old mother's, young mother's, adoptive mother's and mother's-to-be who will read my blog I wish you all the most wonderful Mother's Day! To my mother-in-law, I want to thank you for raising a wonderful hardworking, christian son with family values who I am so proud to call my husband. You have a heart of gold!!!

To my own WONDERFUL Mom, thank you for all your love, kindness, support, strength and faith in me that you have always shown.....I will love you to the end~

~Until Next Time~

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi Trish, it's Pat Reed. I loved reading your 100 things about me. Yes you are like your Grandmother and I saw alot of things like your Mom. The one I laughed at was, I could never be a stay at home mom. I remember your Mom telling me that when we were young and I never could understand that! You know me. I'm so happy you are happy. Love Pat

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