Once I became pregnant with my second child, I had several mothers tell me “Don’t be afraid that you won’t love another like your first. You will!” Because the topic came up so often, I felt that I was an oddball to not be worried about this. I feel like I have a lot of love in my heart, and I couldn’t wait to give it!
No, I had my mind on other things. When I found out that I was having a second daughter, I became caught up in daydreams wondering how she would be so different from my older daughter and who she would be.
So, I often found myself feeling like I was turning pages until I found the answer in a book, but only the pages were days and the book is life. And….I’ve got to learn to be patient.
But, let’s face it. Do you know any sisters that are so alike? I, myself, am one of three sisters, and we’re all so very different. So strange to think that we’re from the same parents and grew up in the same house! (more…)
We start off on Monday in Norway, where Asta Burrows talks about the trade-offs Moms sometimes have to make between elegance and comfort!
On Tuesday, we’re back in the United States with Margie Bryant, the Arkansas Mom who juggles life and working towards a University degree with raising two busy boys.
On Wednesday, we head off to spend time with Shaula Bellour, who is having an exciting time with her twins on the remote island of East Timor.
And on Thursday, we’re in Minnesota with Galit Breen, who never fails to entertain with her stories about her life with her family.
On Friday, Eva Fannon leads our Friday Question. Don’t forget to check in and join in the conversation with our World Moms Blog writers!
We have two new writer profiles posted, so be sure to check it out to learn about our new writers, Dee Harlow from Mexico and Kuwaiti-born fire Crystals, who now lives in India.
And in the most exciting news of all, we congratulate World Moms Blog founder Veronica Samuels on the birth of her new baby girl!
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