From the very beginning of the first tears of yearning for our child.
To tears of joy when you first meet them.
When wiping their tears of sadness or hurt.
When wiping their noses from colds.
When cleaning vomit from spit ups or sick days.
When the potty training begins.
When their wounds need mending.
Their Puddle jumps of play.
Summer cool off fun.
The sweat from your day to day activities.
The pouring of coffee or water refills.
Absorbing all the spills with towels.
The splash of water on the dishes.
The water from when we are cleaning our littles in playful bubble baths.
Motherhood is wet.
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I’m so glad you give yourself permission to use your writing gift. I do enjoy your writings.
Bless you. Love, Gr