After my mother gave birth to me she didn’t want to have anymore children, and I’m glad to be an only child.
My mother invested a lot of time and energy into caring for me and raising me, and she did a spectacular job.
I can’t believe all of the effort and patience my mother had, she was a natural, my mother championed parenthood.
After having gone through so much as a child herself, and taking on the certain responsibilities of her own mother by practically raising her baby sister, my mother deserved much credit.
Although she took on duties that were not her obligations my mother still had a reasonable childhood and healthy upbringing thanks to her resilient spirit and solicitous other family members.
As it is a priority for a loving parent to nurture and to protect their child, the one most important thing my mother told me that she desired when I was an infant and a toddler, was to live to see me grow up and be able to fend for myself.
My mother wanted me to reach into adulthood safely and individually established.
My mother had gotten her wish, and even better than what she hoped for under our particular set of circumstances which came to test us every now and then through the discontentment of unsavory people who envied our lifestyle, and relationship together.
I turned out good, and enduring, all the way through.
For a while, during my mid teenage years, I wondered how things within life would be once I entered into my twenties, and my experience was also even better than what I had myself expected.
My mother and I had divine intervention looking out and watching over us. We beat the obstacles negative people tried to set before us.
I have a beautiful wish for my mother that I’d like her and I to both live to see develop, and eventually happen.