Happy Mother’s Day! I am blessed to have a beautiful healthy two-year-old boy. This is my third official Mother’s Day and as I have entered the twos this is what I have learned.
I would love to hear you top ten things you have learned as you moms out there celebrate Mother’s Day!
I have thought a lot about what different traits I hope my son gets from my husband, his grandparents, and even his cousins, but I haven’t given much thought to what traits he gets from me. I want to take this time as Mother’s Day quickly approaches to share what traits I hope my son gets from me.
As Mother’s Day quickly approaches, I have begun to think of what kind of mom I want to be for my son. I am by no means the perfect mom, but every day I try to be a better mom than I was the day before. The truth is I don’t always succeed. There are days that I don’t leave work at work. There are days that we argue over what he is going to eat for supper. There are days that I don’t have the energy to play with him, however I try. I try to leave work at work. I try to cook a healthy meal he will eat. I try to get on the floor and play with him. If I could wish anything, I hope he remembers these three things about me.
Loving the season of life you are in is easier said than done, however when you take a step back to reflect you can see the blessings each stage of life brings. Here at From One Cup to the Next, we are in different stages of life. That is actually where the name for the blog came from. Well that and our love of drinking coffee.
In the spirit of the “love” month, we thought that we could reflect on each our unique stage of life we are in and the blessings it brings.