From Mummy To Yummy Mummy: Coz Mommy Knows Best

Yummy MummyYes, you read it right! As mothers, we really know and understand that no one can really be happy unless mommy is happy and relaxed!

Enjoying motherhood has been your prerogative. Even though you may feel stressed and burned-out at times, you, the mothers, have begun taking this experience to a completely different level altogether. And in this generation of mothers, the change is really visible. It’s true that in previous generations too, the mothers have always been caring and attentive, managing home and kids perfectly. Our mothers have truly devoted all their time to us, making us what we are today. But for this generation of mums, the change seems to be a lot different.

pregnancy-adviceBeing a mother in our generation is actually a lot of fun. Knowing that there’s a little one inside you does not deter the young mum-to-be from being stylish and ‘happening.’ She goes out with as much enthusiasm and is as style-conscious as she was before the stork visited. Whether its shopping for the kitchen or buying those fashionable clothes and makeup, she likes to do it all.

Today, mums are taking their little ones everywhere. And no, the birth of a new one does not tie them down or place them under house arrest. As soon as the initial resting period is over, these mums are seen everywhere – at work, at malls, at events, parties, everywhere. And most places, the little one is not left behind, but instead, can be seen enjoying mum’s company, while mum manages to make many heads turn.

Woman applying rougeGone are the days when mums would be all dull and drab. The young mums of today are fashion-conscious, stylish, glamorous and aware of the latest trends and don’t shy away from out new things. Not only do they do all their ‘mommy’ duties, young mothers today understand that to feel good you need to look good. And only when you look and feel happy, can you make others around you happy. So whether its exercise, makeup, yoga, fitness or clothes, these young mums today know it all!

Young mums today are much more hands-on, ensuring they are as much friend to their little one, as they are a mother.

Be it helping with the homework, playing those computer games or making the projects, going shopping, watching a movie happy-mother-and-childtogether or taking a dance class together, mothers and children today are bonding like never before!

And not to mention, they are managing the house and work as wonderfully as ever. Supermums?

So what happened all of a sudden? A big factor, that often goes unappreciated, is the fact that the young father of today has changed a lot, not just as a father, but also as a husband. He understands the importance of being your friend, he understands the importance of sharing responsibilities and encouraging and appreciating you. He does understand you, doesn’t he? And the fact that you have an understanding partner can go a long way in giving you the confidence you see in yourself.

happySo, as much as we celebrate motherhood, let’s give out a shout to all the wonderful dads out there too! Go on, give him a hug! Thanks dads!!

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2 responses

  1. Thank you Debolina from sharing this. I definitely wanna be a “yummy mummy” like you have out it, but right now I am suffering from stretch marks. I am not getting my hopes to high for I know, they can never disappear, but at least, I can reduce their intensity, right? I have been massaging cocoa butter and coconut milk over my marks. I read in this article on a new kids blog: http://www.humptybumptykids.com/how-to-deal-with-stretch-marks/ that sea salt is a great cleanser. How’s it?

    1. Hi Renita,
      Thanks for stopping by. Who said you’re not a yummy mummy? The term ‘yummy’ isn’t just for looks, its also how you carry yourself and in your attitude! So even if you have stretch marks, which, I am sorry to say, in most cases won’t go off completely, you have so many wonderful things to give your baby and the world! Who cares about those little marks anyway, when there’s so much more to life, right? Cocoa butter and coconut milk should help lighten them out. Im not sure about the option though. But good luck girl and yes, remember you already ARE a yummy mummy!

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