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Tuesday, April 01, 2014

I love Being a Mom Project 2014: Mentoring Would-be Moms

At first, becoming a SAHM was huge adjustment for a corporate workaholic like me. The adjustment took longer than expected and I can still say that I'm still adjusting. I realized also that although it is NOT an easy job, it is the most rewarding one. No amount of promotion/money could ever equal the countless milestones, hugs and kisses I get from my kids. And the way my son for example says his "thank you, Mom" and "I love you, Mommy", or how my daughter would come running over to me than her nanny since she decided she wants to direct feed than take it from a bottle. *bless her soul* Hands down, these are the moments that I will remember forever at a mother!

One of the things I've vowed to do this year is to be more active and volunteer in promoting breastfeeding, babywearing and in "giving back" what I can. An opportunity has knocked on my door via my N@Wie sister - Jennifer Lopez Gana's call for volunteer mothers this year in the I love Being a Mom project. You can read all about this project at JLofied's site


Through my self-discovery at home and being a mother in general, I encourage other mothers (full-time, part-time working moms or SAHM) to be a part of this great cause of supporting the moms to be from Nazareth HomesYou can either be a volunteer blogger or a sponsor to the cause.
Let these women know that it's great to be a mother and babies are blessings. To know more about it, please see the poster and support what you can!