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As a mother, some moments are so so tender and sweet.  Some moments are so busy just thinking of them will make your head spin.  Still others are somewhere between sweet and frustrating.

Yet, sometimes I wonder if I’ll ever stop watching him sleep.

There’s nothing better than being curled up with Baby Boy sleeping. I feel the tenderest at those times. I know he’s safe and secure. It’s quiet and I can easily reflect on the joy that is him.

Listening to the soft breathing. Steady in and out. It’s a great musical score. Especially as everything else is still.

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Tender moments erase all the busy, all the tantrums, all the “no”, all the cleaning up, all the diaper washing and the toy dodging. Tender moments are what I live for as a mother.

Head on over to Ducks ‘n a Row to finish reading.

Don’t forget to come back here and let me know some of your tender moments!

Tender Moments are What I Live For
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