Do you know what is beautiful?
I'll tell you.
Those early morning hours, holding my sweet baby and rocking him back to sleep- as only his mother can, I'll have you know, and knowing that I am doing exactly what I am supposed to be doing, what I was always meant to do.
I saw this the other day on Pinterest, and loved it so much.
President Hinckley always puts it so beautifully. It's seems like such a fundamental truth, that motherhood is a birthright. I am more and more grateful every day for choosing this path over some "bauble of passing value."
I had some acquaintances who had a hard time understanding why I worked so hard in school and completed internship after grueling internship, if I knew all along that I wanted to "just" be a mom. Before Isaac, I knew this was the right choice for me, but now I am strongly reminded every day when I look into his sweet face that this baby boy was meant to come to our family, that he is ours; and I firmly know with everything that I have that if I live my whole life through, and the only thing I can say for myself is I was "just" a mom, I will have lived a most fulfilling and happy life, and that my influence through this decision will extend far greater than any other choice I could have made for myself.
I am so lucky, and I am so grateful.