Motherhood: All love begins and ends there.
Becoming a mother to my son Kingston was by far the best thing that has happened to me. He has given me and my husband so much joy. Our son was definitely a ‘wanted’ child. We planned to have a baby, and now our beloved baby boy is already 4 years old.
And now, ever since I started blogging full-time, I’m able to spend more time with Kingston. He’s growing up so fast – I’m well aware that one day my house will be quiet, my son will be grown, and I will be longing for the chaos. Times truly flies especially when you’re a working mother.
I once heard that if “you’re living in the same house as a baby, time moves slowly” but this certainly wasn’t the case for me. After my maternity leave I went back to work and time was anything but slow. I wanted to push the “pause” button so many times, and this my friends, is the real reason why I wanted to pursue blogging full-time. Not for fame, ego, etc. I wanted to work from home so, I can be with my son. As simple as that. Before I had a full-time corporate job, and my son had to go to a nanny. Even though we had the best nanny any parent could wish for it was very hard on me. There were times were I secretly cried at work because I missed my son.
I feel incredibly blessed to be Kingston’s mother. He’s my soul and heart. Motherhood truly is a gift from above. I’ve learned a lot these last four years but learning the true meaning of unconditional love was probably the most precious lesson I’ve learned and experienced. My love for Kingston has no beginning and no end. Always.
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