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The Truth About Motherhood

Updated on June 1, 2015

The Truth About Motherhood.

Motherhood is one of the most rewarding thing in life and is every woman's desire and dream to become a mother one day, but a woman can decided not to have kids of her own simply because she doesn't want anything to come between her and her precious job or should i say she wants the freedom to do what ever she likes and go anywhere she wants to go without being tied down by any child. such a person has failed to realise that she wouldn't have existed if her parent thought bringing her into this world wouldn't be a thing of joy. Although it's great to have the freedom we have today, but that freedom comes at a price.

Am i beginning to sound irrational, well i don't think so because i believe that a woman who has decided to marry and not become parent is either scared of parental responsibilities or do not want to go through the whole idea of getting pregnant for nine good months and then when the baby comes she become so depressed that she wish she could turn back the hands of time. The main thing is that a family is never complete without children and that children are gifts from God.

When God created Adam and Eve he blessed them and said unto them, Be fruithful and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it, (Gen.2:28). He didn't just create Eve and made her barren, he said be fruitful and multiply, because that was one of the reasons he initiated marriage and has given every woman the grace to get pregnant and have kids of their own.

If God had not been so kind and generous to women i don't think you and i would have existed, so what am saying to every woman out there who feels motherhood is the most scariest thing in life, is that being a mother is just the most fulfilling and rewarding thing and the best part of motherhod is watching your child grow up at an incredible rate.

Watching them develop can be exciting , rewarding, occasionally frustrating and sometimes absolutely hilarious so you have to enjoy it while it last.


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    • peachpurple profile image


      3 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      being a mom is a splendor feeling and act of nature

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      Good Mother 

      9 years ago

      Nice Hub! The truth is motherhood is a full time career. A child needs a mother more during the initial years of its life. But it is not true that a Working Mom cannot be a good one.


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