As the foetus grows in the womb, so do the thoughts in the mother’s mind. The mother’s intention is to keep the baby safe once out, and close to her breast as possible. The mother can’t wait to set her eyes on her new born infant and share him or her with the whole world. The title of them is directed to the subject matter; the unborn baby and the mother. Each stanza of the poem illustrates the feeling of love that the mother has towards her unborn fortune.
From the moment of my birth, I was declared a girl and my parents immediately attempted to raise me to be every aspect of my gender, from behavior to beliefs. In sociology, this is known as gender role socialization, which is the process of socializing boys and girls to conform to their assigned genders’ attitudes, beliefs, behaviors, values, and norms. My parents taught me how think and behave like a girl through the way the way they dressed me, how they did my hair, and the toys they allowed me to play with. However, having been raised with a brother, I also picked up on some of his supposed gender roles. I am exactly who I am due to the way I was socialized by my parents and others around me.
Fearful of how my mother would react I was reluctant to tell her, but when I gained the courage the overwhelming support reassured my doubts. My ambition in life has always been extraordinary since I was never doubted nor told I couldn’t. My future is a mystery. I could become a nurse, a professional dancer, a nascar driver, or even a pilot, but I know my mother will support me as long as a give it my all. My next example is how my mother lived a grateful life everyday.
Everytime Jalil visited them to bring some supplies or gift for Mariam, her need for her father only grew more. She longed for a life where she could live in a same house with her father and her half brothers and sisters. Nana knew that her dream was only just a dream because she could see through Jalil’s affection and gifts. Then on Mariam’s fifteen birthday, she asked a simple gift that would turn her world upside down. A generation later, Laila was born on the night of the April coup of 1978.
Even when I go to my cousins party my aunt would always carry her baby boy everywhere so I went up to her and asked, ¨Can I try carrying my baby cousin and she said yes.So I hold him in my arms if felt awesome a baby in your arms. So I went to my mom and told her that I had carried my cousin in my arms and she said congratulations. So days past and past, but nothing came. So 2 years later……….. After 2 years I had my 7th birthday and my birthday present was that my mom was pregnant and when they told me I fell to the ground and cried and cried of happiness. When I stopped crying I got up and hugged my mom and squeezed her.
A Gift for My Mother Giving a gift is probably one of the best feelings in the world, but giving a gift to someone who really needs that gift is the best feeling in the world. In this story Lucy tells us about a memory that she remembered from her childhood. When she was only ten-year-old. She tells us how she worked hard to make her mother happy by giving her a gift. A gift that her mother would have enjoyed if she didn’t have so much pride.
My cousin and I are only 3 days apart in age, and there are many stories of how my Mother and Aunt were inseparable with their two brand new babies. I went everywhere with them, I was shown off to the world as something special and my Mother did everything as a parent that I stride for every day. Because of the bond that I created with my mother as an infant I was a happy baby whom loved to be held and hardly ever cried. I was born with an easy temperament and the
To the one true love in my life - Vicenta, I miss you darling so so much. Do you know what and how you turned my life around I cant see me living an empty lonely life without you by my side. You are like a dream come true. And I swear for God that I adore you my darling with all my heart. I never knew that there was a life living for until the day we met amid to think now after all this time we have been together I 'm still in love with you my baby and my love for you keeps growing more and more each day and i cant imagine life without you my princess.
“They have already arrived”, called out Sunita’s mother as she ran downstairs to welcome the guests. It is Sunita’s wedding day. A young girl of eighteen getting married to a handsome man of twenty five. As all the other young girls, Sunita also had many aspirations in her life. Her mother had always tried to make her self-sufficient and independent.