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Kids bring so much joy to a mothers heart I can remember like it wasyesterday as a young girl riding around with my mom in our brownOldsmobile car We would drive around on Sunday afternoons with thewindows rolled down and the wind blowing through our hair listening tosoft music and talking and laughing I remember her saying you mydarling keep me young and alive She would also tell me that I wouldnever know a mothers love until I had my first child and became a mothermyself She was exactly right I gave birth to a healthy beautiful baby girl whom I named MadisonNicole on August 23 2001 That indeed was the happiest day of my lifeShe was perfect Eight pounds seven ounces of pure joy Rosy cheekswith lots and lots of brown wavy hair Her skin was pink with manywrinkles Ten tiny fingers and ten tiny toes Even her cry was music tomy ears and brought tears of joy to my eyes When the nurses took heraway to be weighed and cleaned up I felt an emptiness already and shewas less than an hour old It seemed like a lifetime before they broughther back to me in the room The anticipation was intense I wanted tohold her so bad and just examine every hair on her head Finally afterabout two hours had passed the nurse came in with a bundle wrapped inher arms I felt an array of emotions ranging from extreme happinessto nervousness I thought to myself what if I dont know what todo Then a hint of fear and panic took over my body at once and itfelt as if time froze for a moment I recall the nurse saying to meMrs Gibbs little Madison is hungry are you ready to nurse herShe then laid her in my arms and everything changed I felt at thatexact moment like a mother All my fear and anxiety went away in aninstance and all
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