A Mother’s Love {Guest Post}

I am a mother of four, two teens and two in diapers.  Being a mother is a rewarding and a challenging task, which makes me extremely occupied 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  But what it makes even more challenging for me, while attending to my family’s needs, is that I also have a full-time job to help my husband to support our daily needs.

Time management is very essential for me, so that I will be able to fulfill my duties and attend to what my household requires.  How I do it? I am quite not sure, because I just let it happen from the dictates of my heart.

As a working mom, I get to interact with different types of people every day from all walks of life – name it!  Though it’s a bit tough at times, I find it tougher to deal with four young children 24/7 with different personalities.  It’s like always dancing in the tune of… In other words, I am obligated to adapt to the individuality of each one of them as I guide them through their growth each and every day.  I am always being challenged of my patience and endurance to deal with all of them; their tantrums, their demands, their wants, etc.  But what makes me hold on and do the job unceasingly – it’s a mother’s love; the kind of love that’s beyond compare, unconditional and unwavering.  It’s excessively full of work, where I have to limit myself from being an authoritarian and most of the time, a friend for them.

When I was a little kid, I thought that being a mother is something that is learned in school, something that is taught, and something that needs training.  I never realized that what my own mom had done for me as a child was indeed a sacrifice, which now I truly understand.

A mother’s love cannot be described with any enchanting adjective I could think of.  It’s beautiful, paranormal, magical, and perfect – indeed, a selfless sacrifice.  From conception to giving birth, from being up all through the night to sending to school, a mother is there – the first person to love and the last person to hurt her children.  Some say that one can never understand what really love is all about unless you become a mom yourself.

I feel so blessed having been given the outstanding privilege what it is like to becoming a mom, the joy and the pride that go with it.  If there’s one more chance of another lifetime, I will still choose the kind of life I have – the life that every woman desires, to give what she has – a mother’s love.

By: Anna Santos

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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