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10 Reasons I Love Being a Mom

Me and the Boys

Being a mom is the most challenging, rewarding, amazing, overwhelming job I’ve every had.

Ten reasons why I love it after the jump and NO, it’s not a slide show. ;)

1. I Get to Be a Kid Again

I love seeing things through my kids eyes. Everything is new and exciting. I get to enjoy the little things and PLAY again.

2. Teaching

I love teaching my kids and watching them learn. From playing the mimic game with Little Bean to helping my 6 year old learn to read. There is nothing more satisfying.

3. Learning

For as much as I love teaching, I love learning, and my kids have taught me more about myself and life than I ever imagined possible.

4. A Smile Makes Everything Better

Little Bean Smiling

I would have never thought it was possible until I had kids of my own, but nothing can turn a bad day around better than a smile from your baby.

5. Pride Like No Other

I don’t think I’ve ever been more proud of anything in my life. I look at my kids in awe that they are in this world because of me.

6. A Job No One Else Can Have

I am Mom. There’s no doubt about it and no one can take that away from me. Ever.

7. Makes Me a Better Person

Since having children I’m so much more alive and aware of LIFE. They make me want to live the best life I can, and I hope I’m teaching them the same.

8. Giggles!

When your kids laugh, you laugh. It’s one of the greatest sounds on earth. Click here to see Little Bean give me one of his first giggles.

9. Anticipation for What’s Next

From the moment I found out I was pregnant on, I have never looked at the future with more excited anticipation.

10. I Now Know What Love Is

Love for your child is like no other. I’m not quite sure I knew what love really was until I had my boys.

How about you? Why do you love being a Mom

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