Hugs. I mean who doesn’t love them? Hugging is said to have a healing strength of it’s own and it’s just even more warm and affectionate when the hug is from a mother to her child.
I have learned that there is more power in a good strong hug than in a thousand meaningful words, said Ann Hood.
The saying goes really powerful and true because the strength of a hug goes beyond just emotional well-being but extends to a child’s physical development too.
The first 18 months after childbirth takes a lot out of a new mum and the kids aren’t ready to let go of their mummies but with growing years they learn to survive hours together without mums and there is only one thing that made this switch a seamless one, are the hugs.
Honestly there is nothing more beautiful than to hold the little one in your arms, grasp his small hand and spend time with him.
As a mum you have a lot of responsibilities to carry. Be it nurturing the relationship or ensuring on your child’s well being.
It’s in fact equally important that as a mum, you take some time out for yourself after putting your child to sleep or while the baby is engrossed doing something else. Take up some Samba classes, do some yoga or simply visit Betway bingo for a game of bingo, which is said to be very distressing and is recommended by many for young mummies.