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A Mother’s Love

A mother’s love is priceless, worth far more than rubies or gold. It is a gift in life to have a child. Imagine a pure love which is not contaminated but life giving which revitalize, strengthen and nourishes an another human heart; making all hearts complete and enriched with all the goodness a heart requires, causing a selfless love for another human being. Now you have embarked on filling up your love tank to fill up someone else love tank.

A mother’s love has the ability to teach kindness, gentleness and self control to her children. It is both strong and gentle with nurturing towards her love ones, embracing on each moment with devoted enthusiasm.

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Motherhood is contributing to the family unity and involved in the family setting. The mother can be playful and communicates in a way where her children are able to understand her. She identifies the needs of her children by communicating and responding on their level of communication skills.

The love of a mother provides the security of her children emotions. The children are welcomed to communicate freely and are respected for sharing their range of different emotions. A home is a place of safety and belonging, it is a shield against all the evil in the world. It is a safe dwelling place of a refuge where children are loved and accepted to be themselves, free from the pressures of society.

Motherhood is delighting in her children developmental milestones which results in successes and gains benefiting the physical, emotional, and intellectual of her children. However if there is a delay with her child development in any area its being patience and knowing love can overcome this challenge. Supporting your child mindset with believing in them to overcome this challenge is imperative for success.

‘I believe in you’, ‘you can do it’, ‘it is easy’, ‘I will show you how to do it’ and role-modeling the example of being competent with the task set’s our children up to be successful of completing the task. Giving your children extra support when needed and being devoted into giving them help to know they are confident to have the outcome of being independent.

I truly believe showing physical affection, giving words of affirmation, understanding your child love language pours out unconditional love to these little human beings.

The five love languages are words of affirmation, quality time, physical touch, acts of service, and receiving gifts. What do you think your children love language is?

Noah’s love language is quality time, he love’s one-on-one time and this makes him feel loved when he has that person’s attention just on him. He also loves words of affirmation therefore saying positive words of praises makes him feel loved.

Abbey’s love language is physical touch she adores soft caring massages and touches. Abbey’s smile radiates love when I have prepared a gift or something special just for her when receiving gifts makes her heart overflow with love.

Marcus appreciates one-on-one time with romantic dates for just the two of us; he adores the engagement with communication with connecting to each other with intimacy.

I encourage you to love the best you can love and that is good enough, a mother’s love is a gift and only you can fill your child with the love they deserve. A mother’s love is priceless, far worth more than rubies or gold.

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