Description: A collection of poems, quips and quotes by a mother for mothers on the joys of motherhood and how not to lose yourself after becoming a mother and wife. How do you keep your individuality after becoming a wife? How do you not lose yourself after having children? How do you find the perfect balance in raising kids? This collection of private poems written over 8 years is about the joy, love, sweat, tears and stress that comes with the job called “Mother”. Follow the author on the journey from wife to mother to self discovery in this book of poems, quips and quotes on motherhood. “I have not lost myself. I have discovered my new self. I have learned that I am a stronger person than I thought I knew. I am evolving into this new and better person called “MOTHER”.
Message from the Author: The collection of poems from this book was written over 8 years from the time my children were babies. There were days when I really questioned myself on whether I was really being the best mother that I could be to the kids or the best wife. This book records down my journey into motherhood and provides an insight into the joys of motherhood as well as all the internal struggles and feelings a mother feels.
You will find ….
Inside this book, you will find lots of pictures of crafts I have done with my children plus my poems and thoughts organized into small chapters. Here is a quick peek at some of them.
Oh! What A Joy It is To Be A Mother
Becoming a Mother Changes You
Bad Mommy Days
It’s Just Another Day
Time Waits For No Mom
Mothers And Daughters
Finding The Right Balance
We Are First Wives Before We Became Mothers
And Baby Makes Three
Me, I, Myself
Mothers Are Strong
One Day At A Time
I Am Myself!
and more. They are written in the form of poems and quick quotes and organized in an easy way for busy moms to read and digest. You can purchase this for yourself or as a gift for a friend.
Read all about the joys of motherhood plus all the self-doubts and worries about being a mother and wife.
Triumph through it all by being the best mom and wife you can be without losing your identity. All nicely presented in the form of poems and quotes. Plus there are lots of pretty pictures of kids crafts moms can do with young children.
These compilation of poems for mothers were written during the course of her blogging over 8 years from the time her first born was a baby. In fact, it was her difficulties with breastfeeding her first born that led to the start of her blogs and her writing journey.She hopes that all mothers will remember to take care of themselves. Here is a message from the author to all mothers.
“Remember that you don’t have to lose yourself after becoming a wife and a mother. In fact, the journey to find yourself has only just begun.”
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BLOGS BY THE AUTHOR
PARENTING TIMES – with step-by-step instructions on children’s crafts some of which are illustrated in this book. Lots of useful ideas for fun things to do with kids plus other Parenting tips and issues.
MOTHERING TIMES – About becoming a mother and all the joy, love, sweat, tears and stresses that comes along with the job called “Mother”. This blog travels along with the author from pregnancy to childbirth, breastfeeding to teething, toilet training to tantrums and beyond.
QUOTES STATION – A quote a day keeps the blues away. Positive thinking takes practise. This blog was created as a place for the author to practise positive thinking and just because she loves Quotes.
BE HEALTH AWARE – We are what we eat. Join the author in her quest towards healthy living here. This blog was created to record the ongoing journey to search for a healthier lifestyle.
MUMSGATHER – where moms meet and chat. The author is popularly known as Mumsgather online or simply referred to as MG by other online moms. This is the place for herself. A therapeutic place to talk about her house and home, herself, her love for blogging, a place to feel better simply by ‘writing it all out’.