How Motherhood Has Changed Me


I was thin and healthy and now just fat
For 9months in my tummy, you just sat

I am living on just 2 hours nap
Fixing every 2mins your cap

I thought I am bold, strong and fierce
My heart melted when you whispered ‘ma’ in my ear

I was never patient, calm and forgiving
You taught me so much with your carefree chilling

I used to party and rock and roll
Now we only go for evening stroll

I was confident and had a mind of my own
Until u started teaching me how to use my phone

I use to get mad at dirty socks and messy house
Now I am too tired to even catch a mouse

I loved late night movies chocolate popcorn wine
My life is over ever since you started to whine

I was tough and shopped
till I dropped
Courtesy you now I can’t even wear a crop top

I was a happy person who never complained
Now I crib and for that, you are to blame

I may not be the same and I might have changed
This is to tell YOU it’s all worth the PAIN


The Blog Train

This post is part of a blog train started by Pooja Kawatraof Mums & Babies and she has networked to bring together 41 moms across the globe. Meet all 41 moms here. Pooja has also shared her own views on motherhood here.

Hop on this Blog train with other 41 amazing moms who have come together to share their journey on “HOW MOTHERHOOD HAS CHANGED ME?
I wanna thank Pranita from Merog and mom for introducing me. You can read her post here. Next in line is Charu from The Mom Sagas – Charu Sareen Gujjal, is an educationist by profession and a writer by passion. The Mom Sagas is a forum ‘for a parent, by a parent’. Parenting as a journey is extremely fulfilling and rewarding, yet equally demanding and challenging. It can, however, be made easy by sharing experiences and learnings one gain as a parent.

22 thoughts on “How Motherhood Has Changed Me

  1. How creative is this! Perfectly rhymed all the mom baby points that are and all true, really ! You are one talented mommy and who said you don’t rock n roll even now, you do with this one! Good job

  2. wow! How did you write that poet Mamma. Your poem spoke every mother’s Heart Danisha. Very beautifully expressed ♥️Loved it.

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