Every single second with my son Elijah is memorable to me. He made me realize how wonderful life is. For those who are not reading my blog, I got Elijah when I was in my second year college. I thought God was punishing me for too much night partying that I have. I didn’t know what to do then. I can’t think properly. I can’t even tell my mom that I am pregnant.
fresh from nursery room
After seeing Elijah for the very first time, everything changed. I WAS WRONG. God was not punishing me. He just gave me the biggest blessing I never imagined to have.
My Baguio Centennial Boy is now 1 year and 8 months.
Elijah knows everyone in our house. He can recognize their voice, face and body built but not me. He just smile and say hi to me as if I’m a stranger to him. He can say everything but not Mama. It hurts a lot since I am the one who breastfeed him and we are together 24 hours a day. He learns very fast but he can’t say Mama. But last May 16, 2011, the boy who will conquer every milk in the world called me MAMA. I felt like crying because after how many months he knows I am not Tita Aija, Dede Man or Ayie anymore. I am now his MAMA. He calls me Mama whenever he wakes up every morning and before we sleep at night.
My most memorable moment as Elijah’s mum is when he called me Mama.
THIS IS MY OFFICIAL ENTRY TO MOMMAWANNABE’S MOTHER’S DAY GIVEAWAY.