Food Storage & Other Adventures in Motherhood

Favorite Things About Being A Mother

by heather
  1. Everyday my kids say something that makes me laugh out loud.
  2. I am often endowed with super powers. Not only can I do all the things that are part of being Mom, last week my daughter told me that if I touched the sides of the trampoline I would get wet powers so I “can save the earf”.
  3. My kids are always ready to give me kisses on the cheek.
  4. I get to and am expected to play with toys on a regular basis.
  5. When my kids are sad, they still like to snuggle and I love it.
  6. I can and must purchase fruit snacks.
  7. Every day holds a new discovery, something to learn or share.
  8. My kisses have magical healing powers.
  9. If the laundry doesn’t get folded, I’m the only one who even remotely cares.
  10. My kids have such soft kissable cheeks.
  11. I totally have an excuse to buy all my favorite movies and cartoons from when I was a kid. Ducktales Whoo-ooh!
  12. When I’m looking less than fabulous (which is the vast majority of the time) the people who really matter, really don’t care. And it makes me smile when my daughter compliments an outfit that may be embellished with boogers and/or ketchup because it happens to be her favorite color.
  13. My Heavenly Father has trusted me with this great responsibility and blessing because He loves me and my little family.

    4 Responses to “Favorite Things About Being A Mother”

    1. Jocelyn Christensen says:

      Amen! What a blessing it is to be a Mother!

    2. Lindsey the Muse-r says:

      I love this list! So many of my favorite things, too!

    3. Chocolate on my Cranium says:

      Isn't it amazing how our kisses can make it all better? Great list.

    4. Lisa @ Pulsipher Page says:

      What a great list. I love a mom who loves being a mom.

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