It’s true what they say…

Judah has slept through the night 5 nights in a row. (Blog post to come on best sleep habits for newborns!) And, while I am loving the uninterrupted sleep, I can’t help but look at my baby and wonder where the time has gone. It seems like just yesterday I was bringing him home for the first time. It’s true what they say, time flies by!

It’s incredible to think that almost 4 months ago I was living a life without knowing Judah. Without knowing the truest, most selfless form of love, honestly. I was able to leave the house within minutes, run errands with ease. I had more money in the bank, more clothes in my closet. Yet, I wouldn’t take any amount of money to go back to that life. I traded shopping sprees for walks in the park. I traded a night out on the town for a night in in our PJs. I traded a great life, for the most incredible one I could have ever dreamed of.

So while I watch the rise and fall of Judah’s chest and soak in the last of his 3 month cuddles, I’m going to pray time will hold still for just a moment. It’s true what they say, time flies by and before long I am going to be wondering where my 4-month-old baby has gone.

 

Welcome!

Hello!

Welcome to Born to Mom Blog! My name is Brooke and I am a new mom to 4-month-old baby boy Judah. He is my light, my joy and the moment I laid eyes on him, it became clear… I was born to mom.

Please join me as I share tips and tricks to new mommy-hood, my successes, setbacks, and forever favorite moments with my little guy! I also plan to share my faith, and the grace that surpasses all understanding which is the hope I have through Jesus Christ our Savior. He is my always, and it’s through Him that I can live out my calling and purpose of being the best mom possible, and mommying with grace.

Proverbs 31:28-31
Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her: “Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all.” Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman that fears the Lord is to be praised. Honor her for all that her hands have done, and let her works bring her praise at the city gate.