Photo Credit: Adelaide Mourd 

Welcome to Motherhood, 

In this journal we share raw and real entries from mothers who voice what motherhood means to them. 

" Motherhood to me, means guiding your little person as they find their way in the world. It’s being someone's safe place, and loving your children in all their forms and all their moods. Being a mother is my biggest achievement and greatest challenge, but for me all I want to be for my girl is someone she knows she can always rely on come to, and someone who is always showing her unconditional love. " Madi Watson 


“ Motherhood to me is an incredibly strong bond between myself and my child. It has been the most beautiful experience I have ever had, it’s a special journey which I will cherish forever. 
It is not easy and it is definitely tough at times but I wouldn’t change it for the world. I love filling my day by taking my little one on adventures, making him laugh and seeing him smile and watching the curiosity in his eyes as we go to new places. I love my motherhood journey so far and I look forward to what the future holds for me and my little one. “ Vanessa Jenkins 


" When trying to write what the meaning of motherhood means to me I became perplexed. How can one simply put motherhood into words. Not only is it the beginning of pure magic, but also the rebirth of us as women becoming a mother. Suddenly your whole centre of gravity shifts, your priorities alter and they are your whole world just as you are theirs. 

Becoming a mother has been the single greatest achievement in my life and is forever the one thing I never knew would be a job I was made for. From the moment you feel the first flutter of a kick, to the first glimpse of their face, their first smile and giggle, to the moment you start realising their lasts, the last nurse, bottle, when crawling stops and walking begins. When the newborn clothes get too tight, every moment makes you want to become the master of time to freeze moments. To capture it and keep it. " Jessica Paino 

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