Happy Mother's Day

From Fort Worth , Dallas , Cleburne , Mansfield , Midlothian , Waxahachie , and just all over DFW Texas 

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Happy Mother's Day!  

To those that have angels babies, heart babies, babies in your arms, from your belly, from someone else belly.  To those that have held their littles ones, dreamed of them and gave them to another to raise.  Today is about you!  You care for your child. You love your child.  No matter if they are currently in your arms or not.  To those of you that are "like a mother" to someone.  You may not have birthed them, raised them, or even lived in the same house of them.  But you are a mother non the less.  

What is a mother?

  1. n. a female parent. 2. one who listens to, teaches, inspires, motivates and encourages her children. 3. a woman who loves unconditionally. 4. one who is giving, nurturing, caring and kind. 5. a woman who is admired, cherished and deeply loved.

YOU

 

Here are a few videos for all you mothers (click on the names of each to learn more): 

 

 

Story of this Life :



The Birth Photography  -  Birth Photography slide show




Today Show - To the mothers with an aching heart  (This video wouldn't load but please still click the link)


 Sometime I hate what I see the the mirror.  The stretch marks and "extra skin" But as I watch you giggle as you blow raspberries, pat my belly as you smile big - I am reminded.  This body grew you for a little over 9 months.  This belly that I have is due to you.  My little miracle.  And I wouldn't change my belly for a strech mark free, flat belly for anything.  It was worth it.  YOU are worth it.  I am excited to spend my first Mother's Day with you little one.  Thank you for making me a mother of two and of a little girl.  i will cherish the way my body now looks and teach your brother and you the real beauty is not how my body looks, but the story it tells.  Your Story.

 Sometime I hate what I see the the mirror.  The stretch marks and "extra skin" But as I watch you giggle as you blow raspberries, pat my belly as you smile big - I am reminded.  This body grew you for a little over 9 months.  This belly that I have is due to you.  My little miracle.  And I wouldn't change my belly for a strech mark free, flat belly for anything.  It was worth it.  YOU are worth it.  I am excited to spend my first Mother's Day with you little one.  Thank you for making me a mother of two and of a little girl.  i will cherish the way my body now looks and teach your brother and you the real beauty is not how my body looks, but the story it tells.  Your Story.