Friday, May 6, 2011

Happy Mother's Day!


There is no one who comes here that does not know this is a true map of the world, with YOU there in the center, making HOME for us all.
(storypeople)




Before I was a Mom,
I didn't know the feeling of
having my heart outside my body.
Or how special it could feel
to hold a sleeping child.
I didn't understand the bond
that tethered our souls together.
Or that someone so small
could make me feel so significant and alive.







HAVE A LOVELY WEEKEND!



(merinews.com, kidzorg.blogspot.com, ablazingly.com)

12 comments:

Stina Lindenblatt said...

I love these pics.

Holding a sleeping child was always one of my favorite memories from when my kids were younger . . . except for when the child feel asleep on the way to Walmart and I had to walk around the store lugging the child over my shoulder while she continued to slumber. Now that's what I called tired. :)

salarsenッ said...

Lovely. Happy Mother's Day to you, too! I have an award for you on Writers' Ally, today. I'm highlighting writing moms and yes, being a bit silly, too. :)

Gina said...

What beautiful pictures. Hope your mother's day is wonderful!

LisaDay said...

Happy Mother's Day. I hope it involved boy kisses and hugs.

LisaDay

storyqueen said...

Those giraffes are the most adorable thing!

Happy Mother's Day!

Shelley

Ma said...

I can only imagine :) Happy Mother's Day Christina! Hope you enjoy your special day!

Maddy said...

I can only imagine! Happy Mother's Day Christina!! Hope you enjoy your special day :)

Pamela Gold said...

Happy Mother's Day Christina!! I hope you enjoy a day of relaxation and cuddles.

Lindsay said...

Happy Mother's Day!

Emy Shin said...

Happy Mother's Day to you!

Theresa Milstein said...

This is beautiful, the pictures and the words.

When I had my first child, I remember the overwhelming feeling of loving him so fiercely, yet if I died on the spot, he was too young to have a memory of it. That it would take years to have him really know the extent of my love. At 12 years, I think he only has an inkling.

Little Ms J said...

Tear. What a freaking emotional day, but amazing and full of that wonderful baby smell I'm starting to get high on!

Hope yours was awesome!