Sunday, May 8, 2011

Being a mom

Today is Mother's day and I've only been a mom for almost 2 years. But it has changed me. And changed me for the better.

Yesterday at my sister's wedding I found a cheerio in my pocket. And I just had to laugh. Being a mom is such a blessing. I read a book before I had Finn called Sacred Parenting. The book basically describes parenting as a way for God to pull you to him. Now after having a child, I know that's true. I love the way God has molded me since becoming Finn's mom. And I'm learning something new everyday.

I wanted to make a top ten list of what I love about being a mom in honor of Mother's day. So read and enjoy. Hopefully this will make some of you moms out there smile and give you ladies without kids yet something to look forward to.

I love being a mom because...
10- I have a son who is a spitting image of his incredible daddy

9- of the way I feel a different type of love that I never felt before when I first saw his sweet face

8- it forces me to stay home when he's having a boundary testing day
7- I finally understand how God feels about me - an unconditional love
6- I never got to talk about poop as much as I do now
5- it's now a treat to have alone time or a quiet meal with just my husband
4- I get the opportunity to teach Finn about Jesus and God's love for him
3- I have a mommy's boy

2-of the way Finn touches my face while I pray for him
1-of how my life will never be the same


LisaWeidknecht said...

Hi! I'm a new follower! I hope you'll come follow me too!

TheHouseWifeRookie said...

Hey there! I was at "the wedding" this weekend, and saw you were tagged in a couple of the pics I took, and then I saw you had a blog...and voila, I'm here! Your son was PRECIOUS this weekend! And I totally agree with your list! Children are such a blessing and it's amazing how the Lord uses them to teach us SO many lessons! Happy Mother's Day!

Rachael Walkup said...

Thanks for following Lisa!

Ashley - so nice to meet you! Thank you so much for the sweet comment about Finn. I was proud of him for being so good! I was so nervous :)