They say you can fail in everything but not as a mother. Motherhood doesn't come with a manual and this is evident in how Amber embraces her child son, Gavins. The president of Second Wives today has opened up about what she fears most in her motherhood journey and wouldn't want to regret in the future.
On her Instagram page, Amber shares a short video clip while enjoying some good music tune with a parenthood caption. In a caption she wrote;
"I don't want my child to say mum was so strong and list all of the struggles I survived. I want him to say, my mom was happy. She was so peaceful, we had fun and love."
I think her wish is evident in how she normally lives her life. She has even acquired another name President of soft life based on her mantra, life is for the living. Her son is so lucky to have her. I think her message is clear. She wants to work hard so that her child never lacks anything in life, soft life.
What's your fear in terms of parenting?
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