If I had told my former self 5 years ago that I would soon be married with 2 kids – I wouldn’t have believed it.
In such a short space of time, my life has changed. I was always one of those people that wondered to themselves whether they would ever find The One, but as corny as this sounds, my husband was well worth the wait. He’s changed my life and without him, I wouldn’t have been writing this blog. He loves me for who I am and appreciates everything that I do for him.
I never thought I could ever love anybody the way that I love my husband and then our two beautiful girls came along, and I experienced a different kind of love. Our daughters have given me so much just through their smiles, their laughter and their love of life – which hubby and I gave to them.
Yet, throughout any kind of happiness, there has to be an ounce or two of pain. And suffice to say, motherhood has been a struggle at times. But the struggle is well worth it when you get to see the smiles on your kids’ faces and the difference that you’re making to their lives.
I have learnt so much in the last 4 years, my first born Alisha has made me realise that I am more capable than I ever thought possible. And my 2 year old Alexia has shown me that just because things can get harder, doesn’t mean it can’t be better than before.
So here I am writing my story, about the joys and struggles of motherhood, as well as my feelings towards life in general, marriage, family and anything that I feel compelled to talk about 🙂
Being a mother isn’t easy, but it can be made easier if you have people around you who support you and help you whenever they can.. This is what I hope the site to be for you all 🙂
Thuy Le (formerly known as Thuy Yau) is a freelance writer and Youth Work graduate living in Perth, Australia. She loves to share her own personal experiences about overcoming adversity, as she believes that human beings are more capable than they realise. She writes to make a positive difference in the world and to inspire others to learn from themselves and their own experiences. Her writing has been discussed on radio, won writing contests, appeared on The Huffington Post UK and major Australian sites such as news.com.au, SMH, Kidspot and Essential Kids. She is currently writing her first book.