So I wanted to post something but you will all have to bear with me while I put down my whole thought process.
I was at my friend’s house one weekend and her child (who is known to sometimes be a more difficult child) took a real liking to me and played very well with me. This got me thinking about how I feel that being a mom is something I am great at. I am great with children.
Now I am not saying this in a “I am so great and better than others way” but I have friends who are great at math and are accountants or great at designing and are interior designers or fashion designers. My talent lies in being good with kids. Don’t get me wrong, I am good at other things and could have made a career from one of them if I wanted to, but what I love and what I feel I am best at is being a mom.
This thought made me smile because I get to do what I love and what I am great at all day everyday…so why was I afraid to write this post.
Firstly, I did not want to insult anyone by writing this. I know not everyone has the opportunity or option to be a stay at home mom. I am lucky that right now I have the choice.
Second, not all moms can do the stay at home thing. I have friends who love what they do at work. They love their children just as much as I do but they love whatever it is they do and they love having a part in an “adult” world as well. So I was scared that by writing this these moms would be insulted. I am hoping that by putting down my whole thought process you (if this describes you) will see that that was never my intention.
I just think that it is important to focus on the positives in life. And so, although I felt trepidation about it at first, I decided to write this post. I get to spend my time teaching my children how to live and show them personally what it means to be the type of person i hope they will grow up to be. I get to see all their firsts and share in all their special moments.I chose to write this because I get to do a job that I feel I am Fabulous at everyday. I chose to write this because today i actually felt like a FABULOUS MOMMY and I wanted to share that with all you other Fabulous Mommies out there too.