FSF Words Motherhood

What it’s all about: Five Sentence Fiction is about packing a powerful punch in a tiny fist. Each week I will post a one word inspiration, then anyone wishing to participate will write a five sentence story based on the prompt word. The word does not have to appear in your five sentences, just use it for direction.

The word today is WORDS FROM http://lilliemcferrin.com/five-sentence-fiction-words

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Daughter ‘B’ #1

I hold you in my arms my little one and watch as your eyes flutter, your mouth shaped in an ‘o’.

I gaze at your incredibleness and inhale your baby smell.

I envelope your tiny hand amongst my fingers, with a grip so tight you cling, never wanting to release me, I feel the same within.

I will protect you and adore you from this night till end of time and words simply aren’t enough to tell the world you’re mine.

From the moment that your gurgled to your little baby sighs, the word that struck into my heart, is the day that you said mum.

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Daughter ‘K’ # 2

 

 

For those wondering yes both girls, both in blue (pale blue) and yes K is wearing what B did 🙂 Hope you enjoy.

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24 thoughts on “FSF Words Motherhood

  1. VERY TENDER and emotional words. Well done.
    I’ve already posted my response on all of my sites. I feel this prompt will elicted the most response we’ve ever received.

  2. I did enjoy this. How precious our children are to us, and though mine are 28 and 30, that love has only grown more intense over the years… and now I have 7 grandchildren, and I’m expecting 2 more… Children and grandchildren are a great blessing and joy, and I enjoyed reading about yours. 🙂

    Blessings,
    Cheryl

    • Hello and thank you for your kind thoughts. My girls are now 26 and 30 (I have written birthday tributes on previous posts). I am longing for the day when I can hold my first grandchild in my arms. Appreciate your kindness Cheryl.

    • Sarah thank you so much for reading. Yes I love them and now they are adults, I wait for ‘little ones’ to come along so that I can be taken back to those beautiful ahhh moments. 🙂 x

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