Sunday, May 10, 2015

First Mother's Day - Post Infertility

I've been struggling to find the words to explain what today means to me, but I have come to the conclusion that there are literally no words to capture the intense love and privilege my heart is feeling to be celebrating my 1st Mother's Day with my daughter in my arms. Even after having 39 weeks of cuddles with Little B, I still get overtaken with joy on almost a daily basis because of the miracle of her existence. I am proud to be the Little Momma of this little Warrior who is affectionate, inquisitive, gentle, kind, and silly. I am living the life I have dreamed of. THANK YOU JESUS, for blessing me with this little piece of Heaven. LITTLE B, you are the reason I get to celebrate today and everyday!
#1stMothersDay #InfertilityHasNothingOnUs #39WeeksIn39WeeksOut #78WeeksOfLivingMyDream #ChooseJoy

2 comments:

  1. First Mother's Day - Post Infertility, it was really a good experience in reading your pregnancy blog.Many great things have plotted through this which is amazing

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