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A Conversation Between Mother and Child

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Last Week I read a Facebook post by Vicki Psarias, from Honestmum where she mentioned that her son really knows that she is a blogger. The thought crossed my mind, does my daughter know I’m a blogger and so I began a conversation, one which I’ve decided to share as my post today.

A Conversation Between Mother and Child

Me- “Sylvia, Who am I?”

Sylvia- “Mum”

Me- “But who am I really?”

Sylvia- “A lovely Mum”

Me- “Who else am I?”

Sylvia – “A Lovely Grown Up”

Me – “But who else?”

Sylvia- “You’re a Wonderful Grownup”

(At this time it became a game)

Me- “Who else am I?”

Sylvia – “A Darling Mum”

Me- “And who else?”

Sylvia- “You’re a cute and gorgeous mum”

Me- “Am I anything else?”

Sylvia- “Yes you’re a poorly mum”

Me- “That’s True- anything else?”

Sylvia- “You’re a Blogging Mum”

(I’m thinking- At last she said it! Yes she knows I’m a mummy blogger lol)

Then I ask her  “What’s my blogging name?”

Sylvia “Angela Milnes”

Me- “And what is my blog called?”

Sylvia “”

Yes, this was a funny conversation and yes my daughter knows I’m a blogger. She knows my website URL, but the most important thing to my child is that I’m a Mother! Whether it’s a beautiful mum, a kind mum, a poorly mum, a blogging mum, I am a Mother and at the end of the day, this is the most important thing!

Being a Mother is to me the most important role I can ever have and I am grateful for the opportunity to raise my beautiful child.

Angela x

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  1. I love the fact that Sylvia described you so fully as a mum – as a lovely, darling, cute and gorgeous mum before being a poorly mum and only then described you as a blogging mum. So nice to see that the most important thing that makes you who you are in her eyes is that you are a mum and that everything else that is part of that comes second. Thanks for linking up to #ftmob 🙂

    1. Thanks Louise. It was a lesson for me and something I had to share… I may be sick and many other things but my child loves me and knows who I am and that means the world to me!

  2. It is a wonderful conversation. Louise, you are very lucky that you daughter describes you as a cute and a gorgeous mom. The best thing about the kids is that kids do not lie and nothing can make a mom more happy than knowing that your kids like you and care about you.

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