My three-year-old is immensely fond of solving jigsaw puzzles. No matter how intricate or lengthy, he will try to solve it to the best of his ability. And when he has almost completed it, he takes the last piece of the puzzle, looks at me with a tremendous sense of achievement, and gloriously places it in it’s rightful place, beaming with joy! However, like most toddlers he also messes up the house with his toys all over the floor, and rarely puts them back in place.
As mother of two quite young kids, with an age gap of just a year and half, what I face currently is unfathomable to my former self, let’s say, about six years ago. While I do have great hopes of my kids growing up to be inseparable brothers, being an inspiration to siblings worldwide, the probability of that seems to be abysmally low. Around 4 years ago, my second kid entered the family, and quite expectedly, he was not a welcome sight to my elder one.
Becoming a mother is one of the highest acts of spirituality that one can fathom. Not only because a mother brings into the world a new life, an untarnished soul from multiple layers beneath her own living body. Not only because she nurtures her and provides her sustenance from within herself, mind and body. Not only because she showers her with love, and care and invests herself completely on her child, sacrificing her own needs and aspirations.
Aries mother Aries women are fiercely independent and ambitious, and therefore instill the same qualities in their children. They are strict disciplinarians for their kids, but they can also be fun and adventurous parents at the same time. Aries mothers motivate their kids to be hardworking and goal oriented. They are not the conventional moms; they like their independence, and wouldn’t mind going for a cup of coffee with their friends while the kids stay at home.