I am very happy with my son

Philippines
August 15, 2011 4:02am CST
Being a mom or to become a parent is a very big responsibility in which this responsibility never ends even if they will grow old. Yes, having a child is very hard but all the while is will make us happy and relief our stress. I don't know what magic our child/my child has but even how tired I am if I see him laughing and smiling and playing and hugging me I felt that all my tiredness was gone... My son is now 9months old and I cannot explain how happy I am having him. Mommies do you feel the same way around?
5 responses
@JasperTore (1317)
• Philippines
16 Aug 11
Your son is lucky to have a mother like you. There are babies out there who grow without seeing their moms. Either abandoned or given to others because they cannot do their responsibilities as parents. Even though I'm guy and not yet married, I can feel the happiness of being parent. You watch as your kids grow until they are mature enough to be independent and have their own family also.
@pickwick (858)
• India
15 Aug 11
Hi Jmay.Motherhood indeed is a bliss.I have read at many places that we should be indebted to our parents; but why cant it be the other way round?Dont our children bring us happiness?What would life be without them?How precious are the magical moments which we spend with them!I will always be indebted to him.
@brew2x (3096)
• Philippines
15 Aug 11
Hi jmay1226! I am very happy with my son as well. He is the cutest (for me of course)! He is 3 1/2 months now. I don't mind all the pains that I've undergone during labor and delivery, he is all worth it :) My views about life has been changed since he was given to us. Me and my husband are already planning about his future as early as now. We want the best for him.
@Fragab (128)
• Philippines
15 Aug 11
Yey! Aren't we all. Mee too. The only thing good about the morning ( I am not a morning person) is the face of my son waking up, mouth yawning wide open. Oh there is no better life than having your son beside you...yeah, i love being a mother, too.
@shibham (17025)
• India
15 Aug 11
Neither a mom nor a married person i am here as your first respondent but i can feel mother's love. Although i am 32 now, still my mom loves me a lot and cares me by her own style, may not buy hugging or kissing, but she shows. Alternatively, i also love her on same way. have a nice day and god bless your son.