what do you enjoy most about being a mom?

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Carolee - posted on 05/07/2009

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Hello Susan ! My name is Carolee I love so many things about being a mom but the first that comes to mind is ... how my children have helped me to understand how God thinks about me and that his greatest desire for my life is that I enjoy every moment and be truly happy. I also love that each one of my kids unique personalities have challenged and helped me to become a stronger wiser more patient person ! Last but not least ... hugs and kisses .

Natasha - posted on 05/07/2009

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I love everything! I love when she smiles and when she laughs when we are playing. I love when she crawls to me and wants to snuggle..I can go on and on..lol

Angie - posted on 05/07/2009

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It changes from age to age and child to child. I loved the snuggle time and nursing when they were babies. I love teaching them new things and seeing their expressions when they learn something new. I love watching my children pray and worship God. I love having "adult" conversations with my 16 year old.

Janice - posted on 05/07/2009

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being there to lend an hand, to listen to what they have to say. To have cuddles and to help them with home work what else are mums for.

Elizabeth - posted on 05/07/2009

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that everyday holds a new experience, you never know what your kids will do next, and hearing them say i love you

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Many many things, I can't narrow them down to one... such as how proud she is when she learns something new, the baby giggles, the cuddling, her really creative stories, and watching my husband and her play.

I also really miss nursing, there was this bond that grew, this fierce protectiveness that I felt growing inside me and it was then when I really understood that I was a mom and what it meant.

Jaclyn - posted on 05/07/2009

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Being called mama for the first time, or being the only one who can "rescue" them when they get hurt.

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