My 1st Mother’s Day

As any of my readers know, I am a new Mommy. My husband and I were blessed with our first born, a daughter, whom we named Olivia. The first 3 months were awful, she had colic and did nothing but scream. And I mean scream. It wasn’t a cry, it was a scream! Like I said, awful.

However, as the agony of bleeding ears from the screaming began to subside shortly after month 3, the joys of parenthood started to shine through.

Olivia is now 7 months old and I fall more in love with her every day (although I don’t know how because I already feel like I couldn’t possibly love her anymore than I already do). Even though it took us a while to get used to the new lifestyle of parenthood versus the singlehood we were so used to after 30 years, Robby and I are both finding ourselves being total smitten kittens.

Olivia’s personality is definitely what I expected of any girl that came from my family. Boisterous, playful, happy, loud, girly, and full of attitude.

My 1st Mother’s Day was spent not only celebrating my beautiful mother and mother-in-law, but also reveling in the life of my mommyhood. The love a parent has for their child is immeasurable and I wouldn’t trade this for anything.

I hope you had a great weekend celebrating your mother’s and yourself if you are a mother. To you, I wish you a Happy Mother’s Day.

 

My very 1st Mother’s Day: Me, Olivia Grace, and Chiyo

On Friday, we are heading down to Gulf Shores, AL. Of all the places I’ve been, I’ve yet to be there. If you have any travel tips on traveling with a baby to the beach, please indulge me. Also, if there’s something we must do/see/eat in Gulf Shores, tell me all about it!

Hope you have a great week! Stay tuned for live Gulf Shores updates! Pan, The Gravel-Roadin’ Guru

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