Does Your Life Revolve Around Your Children?

 Honest Mothrhood

Motherhood has been an emotional roller-coaster for me.

💆One day I feel contented and blessed while the next day I feel so disappointed and ill-fated.
Actually, this journey has changed my Soul itself!

💆Life is spiralling out of control.
I'm responsible to raise a Tiny-Dynamo whose list of needs is unending which sometimes engulfs my own existance.

💆Somedays, I just long for who I used to be before becoming a mom! Especially when I have to calm down my son after he throws the 4th or 5th tantrum of the day.

 

💆Many times, I feel so jealous when I see an extraordinarily-energetic mom who comes to drop off her child to the school looking polished! When I have to actually end up throwing myself into my comfy yoga pants and a loose tee with a messy bun on my head!

💆Some days, I just crave for casual social interactions like I used to have with my frinds in my college days, in corporate/business world before becoming a mom.

💆Sometimes, I wish to take a break from house chores and mess created by my son.
But If I do so, my OCD makes me feel dejected, hopeless, sad and defeated in life.

💆Sometimes, I fail to bring that INFINITE AMOUNT of PATIENCE and PLANNING in my inbuilt ROWDY nature which I always try to hide from my child.

💆Some days I don't feel like adjusting myself to my child's routine and everything feels so mundane then!

In this motherhood journey,
we can not set goals, measure results or success, get recognition or awards.
The rewards are hidden and we just try to receive a SENSE OF SATISFACTION everyday,
as we get hugs and kisses and "I LOVE YOU" in BONUS and that makes this journey so reasonable!😊

I am a mom, I am full of faults, I have mommy brain. Many times, I just want to QUIT and I think that is absolutely permissible.
At the end I know only one thing, that no one else in the world can love my child as I do!

 

. . HONEST MOTHERHOOD . Motherhood has been an emotional roller-coaster for me. . 💆One day I feel contented and blessed while the next day I feel so disappointed and ill-fated. Actually, this journey has changed my Soul itself!🤐 . 💆Life is spiralling out of control. . I'm responsible to raise a Tiny-Dynamo whose list of needs is unending which sometimes engulfs my own existance. . 💆Somedays, I just long for who I used to be (before becoming a mom!)Especially when I have to calm down my son after he throws the 4th or 5th tantrum of the day! . 💆Many times, I feel jealous when I see an extraordinarily-energetic mom who comes to drop off her child to the school looking polished!😥 (when I have to actually end up throwing myself into my comfy yoga pants and a loose tee with a messy bun on my head!) . 💆Somedays, I just crave for casual social interactions like I used to have with my frinds in college days, in corporate/business world before becoming a mom. . 💆Sometimes, I wish to take a break from house chores and mess created by my son.😝 But If I do so, my OCD makes me feel dejected, hopeless, sad and defeated in life😫. . 💆Sometimes, I fail to bring that INFINITE AMOUNT of PATIENCE and PLANNING in my inbuilt ROWDY nature🙄 which I always try to hide from my child!🙈 . 💆Somedays I don't feel like adjusting myself to my child's routine and everything feels so mundane then! . 🌿In this motherhood journey, we can not set goals, measure results or success, get recognition or awards. The rewards are hidden😁 and we just try to receive a SENSE OF SATISFACTION everyday, as we get hugs and kisses and "I LOVE YOU" in BONUS😜 and that makes this journey so reasonable!😊 . I am a mom, I am full of faults, I have mommy brain. Many times, I just want to QUIT🙈and that is absolutely permissible!! At the end, I know one thing that👉 No one else in the world can love my child as I do!!😍🤗🙌

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One day I feel contented and blessed while the next day I feel so disappointed and ill-fated.
Actually, this journey has changed my Soul itself!

💆Life is spiralling out of control.
I'm responsible to raise a Tiny-Dynamo whose list of needs is unending which sometimes engulfs my own existance.

10 Comments Add yours

  1. charu Sareen says:

    Such a beautiful post. Can totally relate with all that you have said. My life revolves around my kids fully. There are bright days followed by the dull ones . But each day is special, enough to make me cherish life and be grateful for the same.

  2. Jiya B says:

    I loved reading your post and felt as if you are talking about me. I think we all moms have same phases. Thansk for sharing

  3. Can totally relate to this…You are still blessed you at least have a messy bun…I chopped my hair off as at times I didn’t have time to even comb them once.

  4. Afsha Galar says:

    Currently my life revolves around my little one but I try to scrape time for myself too

  5. Vidhi duggal says:

    Very heartfelt and poetic flow of thoughts. Could relate so very well to it.

  6. manveen says:

    Lovely read! As a mom of two, I can totally relate to this post. There are extremes in parenting my kids! Good and bad in each day. 🙂 Enjoyed your writing.

  7. Deepali says:

    Lovely !!!! While reading I thought that you’re writing my mind.
    My life is all about my child. I sometimes feel like taking a break but even in that break my head is full.

  8. Anchal says:

    Mine does. I mostly feel good about it, but sometimes sad. Trying to strike a balance

  9. Alpana Deo says:

    So very true. Noone can love your child as you do. That’s what makes you special for him.

  10. Prisha Lalwani says:

    that inbuilt rowdy nature!! I connect at that point the most. It is soo difficult to keep it from your child 🙂

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