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Blogoversary Giveaway #3

I am a mom. Are you?

I nurture
I listen
I work
I play
I coach
I cook
I shop
I pray
I teach
I serve
I love . . .
forever
I Mom

Answer this question (in the comment section):
What is/was the most memorable moment you have had as a mom?

All the entries will be put into a drawing and random generator will pick the winners. The giveaway ends Saturday, February 14th.

7 cherished words:

Teresa said...

Oh you had to ask a question that is so hard to answer.
I will have to say my most memorable moments have been seeing my son grow into a young man. Seeing him roll on the floor, scoot on his but, and then there was the one day he walked, and never stopped. The reason for this is because I had Drs. say that it wouldn't happen.

Shawna Bates said...

Hmm, that's a great questions Storm, As a mom, I don't think there is one moment I can call memorable, as everything seems to be memorable. One thing I know I will always remember is how I felt when I watched my boys play football and show their animals at the fair, and every little thing that's proven to me they are growing up much too fast!!
Shawna

Wani said...

The births of my sons stand out so much. They both are examples of how things don't always go exactly how I plan them but they can still turn out beautifully in the end. God is good.

micaela6955/Michele P. said...

There are so many moments when I have been proud to be a mom, first being the birth of my two children, born 9 years apart. One of my most memorable moments was when my son was 9 and came to the ultrasound with me and found out he was having a sister instead of the little brother he'd been asking for. She was a nocturnal baby and always asleep during the day, so she needed to be woken up for the fetal monitoring stage to check her movement. I can say my son took great delight in shocking his little sister awake that day once he found out I was having a girl!

micaela6955 at msn dot com

forgetfulone said...

The day my twins were born 8 minutes apart and the morning of Christmas when they were five years old, I was a single mom, and Santa brought them bikes.

Aim said...

My most memorable moment as a mom? When I got home with my first born and realized 1) that I had made this beautiful, precious thing (after two miscarriages) and 2) realizing that she depended on my for everything so I better get it right.

Storm said...

Thank you all for participating in my blogoversary.

Please stop by again.

 
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