Signs of Motherhood

My boys and I

  • A beautiful bouquet of weeds perches on your window sill.
  • Your service for sixteen contains seven plates and 11 bowls.
  • Someone asks your age, and your mind blanks. But you can recall to the minute when each child was born.
  • After sharing your drinking glass, it resembles a miniture aquarium.
  • Your dress sleeve doubles as a kleenex box.
  • Eating out is a hot dog roast.
  • You don’t want a dishwasher-you already have five!
  • Your dryer seems to be a Bermuda Triange for socks.
  • You risk waking your sleeping baby just to kiss her soft little cheek.
  • The display on your coffee table may include a dead mouse.
  • “Can a moth burb?” is the sort of mind-stumping question you face daily.
  • You know how to sanitize a pacifier with out turning on the faucet.
  • After washing the kitchen floor, you keep returning just to admire it.
  • Your diaper bag is your purse.
  • You love the smell of your baby’s neck.
  • Smudgy handprints on the window sill are a form of art for your guests to enjoy.
  • Being gone for a few hours makes you homesick.
  • There are never enough Band-aids in the cupboard.
  • Mooing like a cow facilitates the opening of little mouths at mealtime.
  • You wonder why it took so long to comb your hair when you were a teenager.
  • You’re the only overheated person when the family sits down to Sunday dinner.
  • After the children are sleeping, you return to their bedsides to kiss a soft cheek or stroke back some curls, and silently thank the Lord for making you the richest woman alive.

Dianna Overholt

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One Response to Signs of Motherhood

  1. Sarah says:

    So cute, and so TRUE! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by my blog, and have fun with yours! Looking great so far! Just stick with what you love and what you are passionate about and you will have a great time blogging!

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