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Mothers love

By Kuldeep RajawatPublished 6 months ago 3 min read

Title: A Mother's Love

Emma woke up early, just like any other day, and made her way to the kitchen to start breakfast for her family. As she started to prepare the bacon and eggs, she couldn't help but feel a sense of pride and contentment. She was a mother, and she loved it.

Emma had always wanted to be a mother. She loved children and knew that she would be good at it. And when she met her husband, John, she knew that they would have a family together.

Emma and John had been married for seven years, and they had two children, a four-year-old daughter named Lily and a six-year-old son named Jack. Emma loved her children more than anything in the world, and she would do anything to make them happy.

As Emma was cooking breakfast, Lily came running into the kitchen, still in her pajamas. "Mommy, can I help you cook?" she asked.

"Of course, you can, sweetie," Emma replied, and she handed Lily a wooden spoon to stir the eggs.

As Emma and Lily cooked breakfast together, Jack came down the stairs, rubbing the sleep from his eyes. "Good morning, Mommy," he said as he hugged her.

"Good morning, Jack," Emma replied as she hugged him back.

After breakfast, Emma helped Jack and Lily get dressed and ready for school. She packed their lunches and gave them each a kiss goodbye as they walked out the door.

Once the children had left for school, Emma went about her day. She cleaned the house, did the laundry, and ran errands. She also took some time for herself, going for a walk around the park near her house.

As Emma walked, she thought about her life as a mother. It was hard work, but she loved every minute of it. She loved watching her children grow and learn, and she loved being there for them when they needed her.

Emma's thoughts were interrupted by her phone ringing. It was John, calling from work.

"Hey, honey," Emma said as she answered the phone.

"Hey, Emma. How's your day going?" John asked.

"It's going well. Just doing some errands and thinking about the kids," Emma replied.

"I miss them too. How about we have a family night tonight? Maybe we can order in some pizza and watch a movie," John suggested.

"That sounds perfect. I'll make sure to pick up some popcorn on my way home," Emma said with a smile.

As Emma continued her walk, she couldn't help but feel grateful for her life as a mother. It wasn't always easy, but it was always worth it.

That evening, Emma and John sat on the couch with their children, eating pizza and watching a movie. As they laughed and snuggled together, Emma couldn't help but feel happy. She had everything she had ever wanted, and she was grateful for it.

As the night came to an end and the children went to bed, Emma sat on the couch with John. "Thank you for suggesting family night," she said, giving him a kiss on the cheek.

"Of course. I know how much you love being a mother, and I wanted to make sure we had some quality time together," John replied.

"I do love being a mother," Emma said with a smile. "It's hard work, but it's the best job in the world."

Over the next few days, Emma continued her daily routine of taking care of her family. She made sure the children were up on time, had breakfast, and were ready for school. She cleaned the house, did the laundry, and cooked dinner.

One day, as Emma was folding the laundry, Lily came running into the room. "Mommy,

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