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Mothers Day Contest Inspiring Experiences of a Mom

Being a mother is not easy. In fact, it is perhaps the most challenging role in the world. It is a special journey with multitude of experiences. Each mother has her own unique experiences, which are truly inspiring and give strength to other moms. Share your own unique experience through a blog, inspire fellow moms and win awesome prizes.


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Komal B

| Apr 29, 2016

Inspiration is something that keeps me passionate, joyous, healthy and motivated through out. I am a mommy of a 18 months old baby and what keeps me highly motivated is my baby's cutest SMILE. Every one is fully aware of babies laughs. One of the most lively and adorable thing to be witnessed.   My sons gets hurt, cries a lot but one thing he never forgets is to keep smiling and that is what keeps me ALIVE. At time I lose my patience and scolds him when he does something unacceptable but the very next moment he forgets everything and is full of energy and  passion to play again.   This should be every ones mantra for life.  Whatever the situation is one should never forget to smile. I agree the problems n situations doesn't changes or ends, what changes is our attitude towards it. So why to worry. Just change your approach. Rather than discussing problems one should discuss solutions.    Life is short to break the rules so we should forget quickly, love truly, and Laugh fully.

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Preethi Sairam

| Apr 29, 2016

It was a big day for us when we saw our lil boy.. its like our life is here in our hands ...a tiny toes,tiny hands which makes us too happy and can't believe the day has came and countdown over what for we were waiting.. he's our dream and when he does simple thing like Turning round we will be excited.. each and every stage of him is a memorable one.. when he said mama that second I had a tears in my eyes it shows what else we need than yhis single word in this world.. being a mom is a such a nice one.. where it can't defined it should be felt... :)

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pallavi ahuja

| Apr 29, 2016

It's just 7 months back we were eagerly waiting for my baby to come into our lives but the day he was born he has breathing problem and the hospital where he was born there was no facility for babies... so I was in different hospital n he was in another hospital... he was born on Saturday but first time I saw him n took in my arms was Tuesday.. These days were worst day after his birth I hv heard only his crying once then on Tuesday he came to me.... I love him so much ...then when I need to rejoin job and send him to cruch those days were just terrible ..for 6 months only he & me ....but then he has to stay apart ....but loved his everyday new activity... The way he make face when I say MA to him try to copy my face expression... Thanks for reading.. may god bless all

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Shraddha Jamwal

| Apr 29, 2016

Breastfeeding a baby is like a dream for a mother as this increases the special bond between the mother and the child. I was also excited when my baby came into my arms for the first time. The moment he tried sucking milk he just bite me so badly that I got wound on one side. next time I tried I got a wound on the other side as well. I wasnt able to realize that whether the problem is with me or child is not able to suck it. I started using nipple guards but that also didn't help. later I started using breast pump till my wounds are cured which was very painful. after 10 days when my nipples were cured I again tried but again I got wounds. After every 10 days I used to try breastfeeding him but I failed. To maintain the milk production I used to breast pump throughout day and night after every 2-3 hrs. this went on till my son became 3 months old. after that I never faced issues while breastfeeding. many a times I used to think I might have to give him formula milk but thank God that I was able to succeed in my aim. now my son is 7 months old and have never given him formula milk.

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Aprajita Gupta

| Apr 28, 2016

Hi.. here I am sharing a story two years ago. My daughter yasmin was 4 yrs at that time.. we had shifted into our new house ..Ours was a top floor n above that was a terrace . It was 4 clk I remember someone knocked the door ..my maid came running that there's a courier n he needs you to sign on couple of things. I went to the door ..my maid just slipped outside n went up towards terrace ..as she opened the terrace door .there was a strong wave of wind which made my door close with me n my maid outside n my daughter inside playing . The door was such that it now cannot be opened until I unlocked it from outside or was unlocked from inside. My daughter came running n crying as she wasn't able to open the door from inside ..I could see her as along with my door there was a tempered see through glass ..she kept crying.. n saying mommy .she was turning pale n terrorised .I just called driver to get a key maker from market .but until that I could see her ..all pale I just couldn't wait .I rushed to terrace up.. I climbed out the terrace holding a railing which heads towards my room.. n hung with railing down n made a jump outside my rooms door.. so safely I jumped into my balcony . I unhooked the latch breaking my balconys door bu pulling it with full strength.. n just rushed into lobby hugged my daughter kept crying n making her feel safe .since then she thinks m her superman n i feel same for her ..that with me she is super safe .n I can do come may wat for her .I just love her too much . Thanks for reading

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