Every day I get woken up, even though I would rather have a few more minutes dreaming.
Every day I pee with an audience, even though I would rather have a few minutes peace.
Every day I eat what I want my children to eat rather than eat what I want to, just so I don’t have to share.
Every day I forgo a ‘beauty routine’ so that my children see beauty for what it really is rather than concealed by concealer.
Every day I laugh at myself when I see me in my children’s expressions and language.
Every day I thank my stars that my children have gone to bed tired but happy and content. I did that.
Every day I am a mum I am learning one step in front of my children so they can say “look mum, I did that”
Every day I thank my stars that I go to bed tired but happy and content. I am a Mum.