“My love, you will outgrow my lap, but never my heart”

Putting an end to our Mother’s Day Series, we present to you our sixth story of the week, encompassing the journey of a Mother.

Rajni Bala believes that being a mother is the most rewarding blessing in the world and one gets to learn a lot from their kids. She also believes that Motherhood changes a woman for better and she would like to experience this again in her life.

Let’s read her enthralling story in her own beautiful word.

I still remember I used to dance my heart out every day during my pregnancy, without realizing the adverse effects of my action. Honestly, the notion of Motherhood did not hit me until I first experienced a living embodiment kicking me inside of my stomach. And, that is when I realized that there was a life growing inside of me. I literally felt a change in perspective, that kick had such an immense effect on my mind that now my child’s safety and development, was all I could think about. Suddenly, I became more responsible, was no more restless, it felt like I was born again. For me, Motherhood just instantly took me by surprise one day.

I think nobody is a trained Mother but Motherhood just happens and all of a sudden you turn into a Motherly figure, you never were. And, i guess Motherhood has changed me for the better. Four years back, I could not have asked for a better gift from God on Valentines Day. Being a Mother is the most rewarding experience I could have ever gone through. It is an unparalleled experience!

My daughter, Riyanshi is four now. She is a very creative individual, it’s really exciting to watch her learn new things and add her creative inputs into it. I thoroughly rejoice spending time with her, especially the one where we dance together, make art as well as do yoga together. Spending time with her makes me feel like a kid again.

Motherhood is such an amazing experience, just knowing you can love someone so much and get that same love in return is simply wonderful. I really love how my daughter turns into my mother when I am sick, it’s funny how she says, “beta rest karo, don’t go out.”  I think our kids imitate us and learn a lot from us, so there is always a pressure to be a better version of ourselves. My daughter motivates me each day to try harder, to be the best version of myself. I can’t thank God enough for blessing me with her beautiful presence. She is my biggest strength and motivation, and I owe my life to her!


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