It’s such a weird feeling that I will be celebrating my first Mother’s day this year.

Although, my baby hasn’t been born, having her in my womb makes me a mother, her mother.

As this year’s mother’s day approaches, it made me reflect more greatly on the love and care my mum has given me, as my own love for my unborn child grows and grows each day.

I can only imagine the excitement my parents would have felt when I was in the womb, as my husband and I share the same joy and excitement to have this wee little one on the way.

I can only imagine the love that my mum grew for me whilst I was in her, without having held me yet, as I feel this out pouring of love for this little one I have not met but feel moving inside of me.

I can only imagine the amount of care my own mother would have done to protect me, even while I was in her womb and to ensure I grew and developed into a healthy baby, as I am ever so wary of protecting my own little one in every way possible.

I can only imagine the struggles my mum had to go through being pregnant and having to give birth to me, as  I experience my own struggles in my pregnancy and preparing for labour in a few months time.

I can only imagine the joy and happiness my parents experienced when they finally got to hold me in their arms, as I am so eagerly awaiting for that day to hold my little one and kiss her.

I can only imagine the ever growing love, support and pain my mum endured for me as she raised me, as I already know how much I’m ready to give my self to this little one.

Only now, that I’m entering motherhood, have I had a better understanding of a mother’s love for her own child.

There is no greater bond than the love of a mother for her child.

There are no boundaries.

It is selfless.

I’m ever so thankful for my wonderful mother who has raised me to be the woman I am now and for everything she has taught me and done for me. It may not show at times how much I appreciate everything she does, but, I do, very much, deep inside. Thank you for teaching me selfless love and I hope I can be as great of a mother to my little one. ❤

Don’t forget to show your dearly beloved mothers, on this special day and everyday, your great love and appreciation for her! 🙂

Happy Mother’s day to all you wonderful mum’s out there! Hope you get spoilt 😉






To De-stress

I’m the type of person that likes to be on the go all the time.

My mind is running continuously even during times when it doesn’t need to be.

Sometimes, I worry and stress too much and if it’s a real thing, I stress unconsciously!

I’ve always tried not to stress too much but sometimes I just cant help it but really I must not have tried harder to do something about it.

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Monthly reflections

For those that know me, I love my stationary and one of my favorite stationary piece is a planner. Every year, I’m overly excited to get a new one and pick what style or design I will be going for. However, this year, it took me longer than usual since I tried using an electronic planner. Well, it didn’t really turn out as good as I hoped, since I’m really the type of person that needs to write things down in order to remember and get the flow of it.

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2016, what a year!

So we finally reached the end of the year.

Another year over and another year to conquer.

I can’t believe how fast this year has gone by but least to say, a lot of amazing things has happened.

I thought I would just take this time to look back at the year and highlight some of the many things I am thankful and grateful for.

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Wedding planning: Themes

As a little girl, I always wondered and imagined what my wedding day would be like. I haven’t been to many weddings at all but I always loved watching wedding videos online and see the different kind of weddings and what type of themes and decor people would do.

When it came to planning my wedding, I was so excited that I was about to see my dream wedding as a little girl come to life.

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