What was the happiest moment of your life?
Share your top moment and what made it so special!
After not being able to have children for over 9 years, enduring infertility tests and crying myself to sleep some nights, trying to be happy for my friends who had children time after time... the happiest moment was when the doctor laid my first born daughter in my arms after giving birth and my husband there by my side through labor and delivery. I turned to him and said, "I am so happy!" Tears streaming down my face and pure love overflowing in my heart.
It's the same everyday. That moment when we all wake up and my husband reaches over to spoon me and then my sweet two-year old climbs in to be cuddled too. That is my happiest moment, holding the people I love the most oh, so close.
Giving birth to my first born and holding him for the first time!
OK HERE I GO....MY FIRST HAPPIEST MOMENT WAS WHEN I MARRIED THE MOST SWEETEST AND HELPFUL GUY I HAVE EVER MET (SONIL). IT WILL BE 12YRS ON MAY 1OTH.
THE SECOND WAS WHEN I GAVE BIRTH TO MY ONLY SON ON THE 1OTH MAY....WHICH IS ALSO MY BIRTHDAY. BEST EVER BIRTHDAY GIFT A MUM COULD ASK FOR.
AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST AFTER 3 MISCARRAGES I GAVE BIRTH TO A BEAUTIFUL ANGEL SARNYA WHO WAS PART OF A TWIN THAT DID NOT MAKE IT.
I COULDN'T HAVE ASKED FOR ANYTHING ELSE MORE PRECIOUS THAN HAVING THE THREE MOST MODERFUL GIFT THAT GOD HAS GIVEN ME MY HUSBAND SONIL/DAUGHTER SARNYA(6YRS) AND SON AMEER (11YRS)
HAPPY MOMENTS ARE WHAT YOU AS AN INDIVIDUAL MAKES OF IT FROM DAY TO DAY.
I, like everyone else, have had many happy moments. But, no.1 on my list, would be the day I asked Jesus Christ to come into my heart and be my Saviour!! I was 12 years old. God has been with me, my whole life, through the good times and the bad, and I wouldn't be here, if it wasn't for Him!! He is SO FAITHFUL AND A LOVING< FRIEND!!! My second happiest moment, would be when I married my sweet Robbie. I got to have 26 wonderful years with him, and I LOVED HIM SO MUCH!! He passed away, this past May 29th, from heart failure, at only 58 years old. My other 4 happiest moments, would be the births of each of my children. Joshua,Timothy, Stephanie,and Jeremy. All so precious to me!! And to see my only daughter, give birth to my only grandaughter, Kairi, was SO SPECIAL!!! Kairi is the Joy in my life, and she will be 5, in Sept. Thank you, God, for being so GOOD to me.
For me, there are three happiest moments in my life, the first being when I walked down the aisle to the man of my dreams. He has been my rock for almost 37 years now. The second was when, after five years of tests, surgeries and medication, the doctor said I was expecting my first child, our precious daughter, and the third was when my second child was born, Unlike most people now days, I believe in NOT knowing the sex of my children before they are born. The Bible says "I was knitted in secret in my mothers womb" and I wanted it to be His secret until He chose to reveal it to us. When that precious child came out and the doctor and nurses were yelling "Its a boy Its a boy" there is nothing that will ever surpass that moment.
Seeing and holding each of my boys at birth.
I have two: the birth of my children. What made it special? Obviously, getting to see the most beautiful faces in the world for the first time. I had my babies without any kind of pain medicine, and I was totally in the moment. They are still my greatest accomplishments
the day my son was born=)
The day I had my baby (now almost 3) ...her Daddy held her and I remember how much joy I had discovered. My 'two Brunettes' I always said. He passed away last year in a car accident (May 13th)...
But I am glad to know that "THAT HAPPIEST MOMENT" is STILL the happiest moment in my life.
My happiest moment? When my first child was born, and the nurse show him to me. I can not describe what I felt, but it was unforgettable
The Happiest moments in my life were, the births of both my children. To see my oldest graduate from high school, join the army graduate boot camp and complete air traffic control training and still achieving higher. My daughters accomplishments in high school. Making strives on making a decision of what college she wishes to attend. Achieving great grads in school currently. Both of my children growing to becoming responsible people in society. I may not have always been the best parent, but the best one I could be, as a single parent that took the responsibility on when my ex decided other things were more important. Thank you
THE BORN OF MY CHILDRENS WAS THE HAPPIEST MOMENT OF MY LIFE.......
THEY WERE 6 YEARS APART EVERY ONE OF THEM WAS LIKE THE FIRST ONE, I LOVE THE THREE OF THEM IN THE SAME WAY, THE YEAR 2000 I LOST MY MIDDLE SON JAVI,, IT IS THE MOST PAINFUL THING THAT EVER HAPPEN TO ME......................
I have been blessed with many happy moments in my lifetime. The birth of every one of my children, and grandchildren. The marriages of my children which made me so happy that they were. The day I married my soul-mate who still makes me happy just by waking up next to him. I remember another very happy moment when my first child said, "mama". I totally cried tears of joy!
The birth of my son and then bringing him home. There is no greater moment.
holdin my twins 4 d first time ......
The day both of my children were born.An every day after,they are greatest gift from god
What was the happiest moment of my life? That is a difficult question as there have been too many happy moments, but one of my favorite moments was with my 4th child, Amanda. We live in South Africa and when Amanda was just 2 years old, we took her to the Cape Town Aquarium for her first time. I never expected her to last 4 hours there, but she did. She ran from one aquarium to the next enjoying every different sea creature. She watched the penguins being fed and she played in the children's area where she painted bookmarks and played in the sand. I have never seen a 2 year-old stay that focused and engaged as she did. 2 years later, and she still remembers the big sea turtle and the shark. Of course she asks to go back and one day we will.
Christina (Tina) Morley http://abooksandmore.blogspot.com/