Hey Hard Girl,
Happy New Month! I hope June is nice to all of us. Can I get an amen?
I trust your week has been good. Mine has been hectic. But we can’t relent. Forward is the only direction we should know. You should try this sometime. It helps.
I’d like to thank you all for being patient with me. I am appreciative. Let us grow this dream together. So, this is my last Hard Girl post on mothers.
This is my last Hard Girl post on mothers and I am happy to announce to you that my editors found it good enough to be published in the www.2eweboys.com newsletter for the month of May which is themed “Celebrating Mothers”.
In this article, I asked the question of how we as young ladies are preparing to be good mothers (that is if you intend to be a mother one day). The following is a snippet of my thoughts.
I dream of the day when I will become a mother. I dream of the day when I will carry my child in my arms and feel that surreal connection between the bundle of joy that my husband and I would create together.
But then, the spoilsport fear lurks around in my subconscious mind. That fear of whether I will be a good mother and wife. I know not whether I will be able to take care of my kids as is expected. I wonder if they will look me in the eye some day and tell me I was the best thing that ever happened to them. I wonder if they will be proud to flaunt me to their friends; whether I am in tune with current happenings or not. Will they wish for me to be their mother repeatedly? I may not be perfect, but will I be perfect in my imperfection? Will my husband thank God for leading him to the right person?
My fear is neither weird nor unique. Trust me, there are other women out there who ask themselves innumerable questions about motherhood. They wonder if, with their traits and personalities, they will be able to be the best mothers to their children. So, I am not in this alone. You, my dear reader, may have thought about it at least once in your lifetime.
Download the May Edition of the 2eweboys.com Newsletter here and read the full article.
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