Mother baby love


Growing up, I was taught and shown the true value of family. I have been through relationships blessed and broken; yet one relationship haunts my mind as I myself go through my teenage years, living the way I do.

They say the bond a mother has with her daughter is unlike another. The softest heart and the strongest mind I have ever encountered; and I am not one to argue that my most valued relationship to this day is with my mother.

I’m eighteen years old and have quite some time on my hands before I have to worry about diapers and first crushes and prom dresses; but naturally the thought of having my own daughter occurs to me especially since I read Dale Partridge’s post ‘Moms…Never Say This To Your Daughter‘, which gave me an insight into being a good parent.

The mention of generational sin hits home as I myself have had my fair share passed on to me, as I’m sure you have too. Yet, I barely ever thought of how I would fix it for my future children.


I will start treating myself as I would treat my future daughter; patience being key and second chances being essential.


I will start listening to my mind, strong as it is. Never turning my back on myself when others seem to disagree with my actions.


I will stop judging myself so harshly, not only for a girl who may as well never exist, but also for my security and sanity.


She is deserving of my patience, I am deserving of my trust, we are deserving of our love.


So, I decided to write this in hopes that she may see this one-day, as well as this being a friendly reminder to my future mommy self. I was once eighteen years old; I have been where she has been and have tried my best to raise her the way I did; and no matter how old and annoying I may seem, I love her very much.


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  1. Stephen Pereira January 30, 2015

    Hi Eileen,
    I am so pleased to read this blog and to know your thoughts especially Mum will be very Happy. You have set on a voyage which will help you and others share their thoughts on many common goals in life. Keep it up..


  2. Anoshka January 31, 2015

    Proud of you cuz! This is quite an inspirational and reflective post.

  3. Luann February 4, 2015

    So proud of you for starting your own blog, and sharing your deepest thoughts with all of us. You write exceptionally well!

  4. George D'Souza February 5, 2015

    Eileen, amazing article and well written. Hoping to see more articles every week
    God bless

  5. Violet March 6, 2015

    Hi Eileen,

    So, so proud of you my darling ! Keep up the good work. Mom will be really happy, she should be coz, her hard work after all :). Love you and awaiting more posts like these. Muah!

  6. CarmeliaYNortham July 13, 2015

    Very energetic article, I liked that a lot. Will there be a part 2?

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