Yesterday was daughter’s day and I am sure all mothers who have a special girl or angel in their lives must have celebrated it by being together with the one they love most. I did too!! No biggie, we just spent some nice time cooking, playing, hugging and talking!! Yes, she can communicate now, not really talk like saying big coordinated, cohesive sentences but she can definitely make my eyes moist by listening and giving solutions in her own language or words, and this is like the best part of having a daughter in your life. I am sure every mother can understand; for example when I asked her a very intense question about why God sent her in our lives? My 6 year old answered… “God, mama, papa, dadi (granny), bhaiya (brother), Aarshia( herself) happy!!!” J well, this was the best explanation ever.
Since the time I can remember, I wanted a daughter. A daughter who would know how am I feeling, who would throw her arms around my neck several times a day, who would accompany me to all the sales in all the malls and who would share her first love and break ups with me. A daughter…was going to be the solution to all my worries…J
And I knew from the day I was pregnant that it’s going to be a daughter. I am not exaggerating, I just knew it. My heart knew it and all those nine months I was weaving those beautiful dreams of having that bundle of the most beautiful baby in the world and living in my bubble for the rest of my life.
Small And Sweet
My Little Girl so small and sweet,
Those tiny hands and tiny feet.
Everyday I watch you grow,
You teach me everything I know.
Such a joy to be around,
Every smile and every sound.
Number one you will stay,
Each and every single day.
You changed my life in such good ways,
”Thank You” is all that I can say.
I love to watch you sleep at night,
Cuddled warm and wrapped up tight.
As I blink the time it flies,
It breaks my heart to see you cry.
I gave you life, so proud to say,
I’ll love you more with every day.
My little Girl so small and sweet,
For you my heart, It beats and beats.
thanks © Shauna Scott
Aarshia and mama