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If there is one thing that amazes me on a constant basis, it's being a mom. I'm no super mom (still terrified of being out a long time with a 4-year old without a helper) but I'm certainly a happy mom. There was no Motherhood 101 in school; the acquired everyday learning is a whole new brand of fun.

"Mommy, look!..." , "Thank you, Mommy" are only a few of the many things thrills. Had an insider convinced me that motherhood was this beautiful an experience, I would have started this in my mid 20s.

Happy Mother's day, all ye Mommies!


Mommy Jes said…
wow big boy n si baby =) Happy mothers day to you! =) visit mine too -
Mommy Jes said…
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thsnks for the visit sa isang site ko =) if youre looking for ahouse visit my boss site and contact me =) thanks!
Chris said…
hello! what a beautiful slideshow! :D happy mother's day to you! :D
Genefaith said…
this line "I would have started this in my mid 20s" will surely convince my friend in her 30's to say yes to her suitor...LOL!

Agree ako sau sis, being a mom is a beautiful experience- we feel the essence of being a woman...

Pa-adopt ka kay mama?..he..he..sure and then u can have 14 siblings..he..he..

Happy Mother's Day!

Mine is here:

Mommy Moments-Happy Mommy Moments
kaka said…
it is frustrating at times for not doing the right things, but moherhood is a life-long journey; it is awesome that we can still learn and perfect our craft. cheers to motherhood!
Beth Moreno said…
hallu mami're right...everyday you learn something new when you're a mom...

happy mom's day to you! =)
elapot said…
true, if there's only motherhood 101 in school it would've been a lot easier. haha
happy mother's day!
Genefaith said…
I have an award for you. It's here: Over the top award
RoNa said…
beautiful slideshow :)

tsaka palusot ko na lang ang video kasi i really can't find the other pics LOL!

Happy Mother's Day
Indrani said…
Enjoy these precious moments and freeze them. :)
Genefaith said…
Being a full-time mother is one of the highest salaried jobs in my field, since the payment is pure love. ~Mildred B. Vermont
Happy Mother's day!

Mother's Day here is on August 12!
Shey said…

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