Madison Ann Hawkins
Trying to capture my emotions and then deliver them to all of you. I write about whatever sparks a feeling in my insides that I can't shake off. In sharing, I hope it resonates with you and reminds us of our shared humanity.
Big Baby Girl: AKA Big Boss Lady By: Madison Ann Hawkins "Show me the baby!" is a common phrase people use when greeting a loved one who just delivered a fun-sized human being. The excitement, the giddiness, the proud tender moments usually captured on film when displaying their little bundle of joy. There is this sense of pride when you become parents, no matter how you came to be. Doesn't really matter in the end, does it? If they are yours, you love them, and do what you can to provide them the best life and opportunities to succeed. I may not want kids, but I understand; honestly, I understand the hype of showing off your love-child however they came to be in your arms. Why? In 2019 my partner and I adopted a kitten. The most beautiful, full set of hair, chunky cheeked, adventurous, and cutest green-eyed baby girl you ever did see. Have I lost you? Did I just compare having a kid to a pet kitten? Have I completely lost my mind? All the above questions could be answered with a solid yes. The last question especially, after these past two years, I think we all might be a little messed up in the noggin. During the pandemic, I was "promoted" to a stay-at-home cat mom as an occupation title. At least that's what her dad and I like to say because it has a more uplifting tone than "I became unexpectedly unemployed." I will explain this situation more in-depth below, so please, stay with me here.
Under the Pear Tree
Under The Pear Tree Written By: Madison Ann Hawkins Where to even start, a humble force of life that filled so many hearts. A foundation to a family, full of sweet kisses that overcame me. I felt so safe under that pear tree, strong and rock-solid, due to the incredible perseverance and strength, and the light in us that tree guarded.
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