Family: I Was Meant for Motherhood

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See what happens when you “just add water” and a few years?

It wasn’t just by happenstance

I saw my baby’s loving glance

Fragile hands reached up and out

About this role I had no doubt.

I was meant for motherhood.

 

As a girl, dolls I knew

But football, trees and sledding, too

Played a part in making me

The mother I am meant to be.

I was meant for motherhood.

 

As I grew and learned to care

I saw love blossom everywhere

From tiny ones to men, oh yes

I think nurturing them is best.

 

I was meant for motherhood.

 

And now adults my children are

And from their hearts I’m never far

Yet schedules change and time expands

The times we’re close, but love is grand.

I was meant for motherhood.

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