Oh, How The Time Had Flown!


Video by PIRO4D from Pixabay

Oh my goodness! I can’t believe 13 years had flown by just like that. I am officially a mother of a teenager and the feeling is indescribable. The moment she was placed in my arms, so many emotions had ran through I believe I temporarily lost my breath.

Taken by my mom.

My daughter was supposed to be born the next day, (because the doctor was going to induce my labor) but she arrived into the world the night before. She always never did like being told what to do and is still the same way. Lol. She tends to do things on her own time.

I always thought being a mother was hard, and it is but rewarding. I don’t know what I would do or what my life would be like if my daughter wasn’t in it.

She is beautiful, smart, creative, intelligent, sassy, strong, etc, and I am blessed to be chosen as her mother. I wish the best for her, and I thank God for getting us this far.

Omg! I am still overwhelmed about having a teenager. I went through the photo album and had gotten emotional looking through the photos of the years leading up to now. I had truly did my best to be the best mother a child can have because growing up, I didn’t have good mother figures.

To my daughter: I am so proud of you and I wish you all the best life can offer you. Be bold and daring. Be courageous and take life one step at a time. I have much more to teach you, and so do life. Keep at you goals and never give up. I’m crying now, but know how much one can pray for the safety of a child when that child is not around them. I wish you all the love, strength, passion for your dreams to come through, peace, good health, and happiness. I may be missing something but you get it.

So, Happy Birthday, my little queen! Mommy loves you sooooo much! Hugs and kisses. 💗❤️❤️

8 thoughts on “Oh, How The Time Had Flown!

  1. What a beautiful young lady, Pamela! Happy birthday to her, and prayers and hugs to you for parenting a teenager. Wish I could watch! 😀 😀 😀

    I raised 3 and my daughter was the hardest, but also easiest. I know that sound weird and it’s hard to explain, but it’s like I never limited her opportunities but she still had to be protected more than her brothers…Old fashioned, I know, but the world is a strange place. 😉

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    1. Thank you, Felicia. ❤️ I bet your daughter was well protected. It’s a must with daughters.
      Yes, the world is definitely a strange place. Does parenting gets easier by any chance though? 😀

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      1. Oh no, sweetie, you’re about to enter the hard part. But… you’re also about to enter the best part watching your child grow into an adult. Make some great memories and take lots of photos!

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