For me Mother's Day isn't about the flowers, the gifts or breakfast in bed (not that Andy ever makes me any) as much as it's all lovely to receive. It's about being able to look back on all the special memories and feelings I have of Amelia since becoming a mother. Treasuring all of the kisses and cuddles she gives to me on a daily basis, seeing her face light up every morning when she wakes up and sees us, watching her learn new things and the excitement on her face when she achieves something. There are far too many special moments and memories to write down but that doesn't mean I don't remember them.
This is my second year of being a mum, something I never imagined being for many years to come if at all. I wouldn't change it for the world, it's completely changed me and I finally understand how to love. After all there is no better love than for your own child, its unconditional from the moment they are born. Being a mum is truly rewarding and has taught me to treasure every little moment and not take things for granted.
Today we had a lovely mummy and Amelia day full of crafts, reading and snuggling on the sofa watching films whilst daddy was at work.
Happy Mother's Day to my fellow mummies, hope you all have a lovely day with your little ones!