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When I became a mother, my life changed completely ❤️

This picture was taken in October 2014, 8 weeks after I had given birth to my first baby. It was a very exciting experience to be pregnant and going through the giving birth process. She truly is my very first meaning of life 🥰 – my entire world changed the second I held her in my arms for the first time. It was true love, a love stronger than anything I had ever felt before. A love that intensifies with each passing second.

These pictures were taken in March 2016, 4 weeks after I had given birth to my second baby. This experience was really cool because I was all alone when I went through all the labour pains and when I woke up my boyfriend (because the labour pains came closer than a minute apart), the final stage began. I gave birth to my baby boy as the ambulance arrived 😂, they were too late. It was the coolest experience ever and I was so happy and high on life after this. My world got even more meaningful when I held him in my arms for the first time. The love I feel for him is as strong and intense and pure as my love for my baby girl. ❤️

My two little babies are my everything, my world, my meaning of life. Words cannot even begin to express how much I love them. I will forever feel blessed for having them and I bless my body for carrying them for 9 months and for easily giving birth and easily recover. Our bodies are AMAZING, capable of such magic. 🙏 ❤️

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Have you found your dream partner yet? 🥰

How do you know if the partner you are with is “the one”?

I belive there are millions of potential dream partners out there for you. Anyone of them is “the one” for you. I don’t believe in the notion that we only have one soul mate – I believe anyone you choose to be with has the potential of being your one and only true love. It is a matter of perspective really, and you are in charge of your perspective.

You can choose to look at what you like with the other person and enjoy that, while you at the same time have a loving unconditional perspective of this person as a whole. Everyone has wanted and unwanted aspects, and you can choose what you feel comfortable with and what you don’t feel comfortable with. Ask yourself if you feel good when you are with your partner – if you do, keep enjoying it. If you don’t, move on.

Respect yourself and your partner enough to value how you feel together. If you feel good together, great – keep enjoying your relationship and focus on what you like with eachother. If you don’t feel good together you have two choices:

1) stay with this person, talk about it and work together on improving your relationship.

2) Leave this person but be thankful for the experience you had together. Keep focusing on how you want to feel in a relationship and how you want it to be. Move on with appreciation in your heart and what comes next will be so much better.

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