If You Give a Mom a Baby…

If you give a Mom a baby she will cry with joy and fear..

If you give a Mom a baby  it will eat, grow and snuggle into your heart…

If you give a Mom a Baby you will laugh, love and cry…

If  you give a Mom a Baby it will turn terrible two…

If you give a Mom a Baby it will become a kindergartener who is a little more independent..

If you give a Mom a Baby you will love first grade all day  school..

If you give a Mom a Baby it will learn to ride a bike, fall, cry get back on the bike and ride..

If you give a Mom a baby they turn into teenagers, they still cry and need lots of hugs…

If you give a Mom a baby they go to High School, graduate go to college and you cry and need hugs while your baby drives away…

If you give a Mom a baby they get to college and cry that same cry when you first held them, but nurture them to be brave thru the tears.

If you give a Mom a Baby they fall in love.. they meet their soul mate and you cry…

If you give a Mom a Baby they get married and start a life of their own.. you both cry and hug and cry as your baby drives away to their future.

If you give a Mom a Baby  you become a grandma and you cry as you hold that bundle of yum that started way back when two people fell in love..

If you give a Grandma a cookie she will share it with joy with our babies.

I dedicate this to my three children who are the light of my life. My husband because two people fell in love 38 years ago. I also am excited to welcome grand baby number 10 in the end of summer.

 

Mama Kat’s writing prompt If you give a … Thank you Mama Kat

 

 

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About oursweetlifetogether

married to my high school sweet heart for 35 yrs, three children and nine grandchildren. hint child bride, we love our dog mollie. i enjoy cooking, the outdoors,crafts blahh blahh blahh.I love life. i guess that is why we live in a little canyon in the mts. i have a crazy life that i love. hold grab a glass enjoy the ride.
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18 Responses to If You Give a Mom a Baby…

  1. I am the only Mom I knew who cried when her baby got toilet trained! Seriously! Now she lives 3,000 miles away from me & there are times I can’t STAND it!! (and I am so proud of her I could split)
    My youngest is 10… still have him underfoot (and right under my heart!)

    Great post. Always great to see you at #commenthour and elsewhere!

  2. It is amazing the journey we embark on with our children and then our children’s children. I am loving being a grandmother to my beautiful grand daughters and I look forward to having more in the future. Thank you for sharing this delightful prose.

    Peace,
    Morgan #commenthour

  3. Michelle says:

    This was so beautiful! I’m still in the teenage years with my kids, but I could envision the future unfolding. Thanks for posting! It was a very nice read for the start of my day.

  4. betsy says:

    I love this! My 3 are still young but I often think about what the next 10-15 years will be like as they grow.

    • They go so fast. You are excited for milestones and Bamm they are on to the next one. I love blogging so they will have memories of whAt I feel and think. What’s your favorite memory.And thanks for finding me!

  5. kaye says:

    so true, once a mom starts down the road of motherhood there is no turning back–good thing it’s a good road. nice post. kaye—the road goes ever ever on

  6. Jenners says:

    I’m still really early on in this process (like 2nd grade) but I’m exciting to experience everything you describe. 10 grandbabies … wow!! That’s a wonderful blessing!

    • It is a wonder filled journey. It goes so quickly. I am excited about our new grandbaby I know it will be the last little one. Our oldest granddaughter turns 10 this year. Thanks for sharing I am enjoying it.

  7. Jenni says:

    Aww… congrats on the coming grandbaby! 🙂

  8. As I read your post, it felt like it should be a song… ln fact, I thought you were going to say it was a translation of an old family folk song or something like that as I read through it. Beautiful! 🙂

    ~Tui
    p.s. I popped by from #commenthour tonight! 🙂

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