Wife writes post about what she loves about her husband since becoming a mum 2 years ago

Wife writes post about what she loves about her husband since becoming a mum

This is so sweet.

A lot of things can change how you see your partner, especially parenthood.

Parenthood changes us all and it really makes us focus on the important things rather than the superficial.

My husband started to worry about having 'Dad bod' after having our kids and that I wouldn't find him attractive anymore. In fact, becoming a parent had the opposite effect, I found him more attractive than ever.

One wife and mum summed up the reason for this perfectly in a beautiful post she shared on Facebook and it's something all parents should read.

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Mum Amber Crowe shared the sweet post on Facebook and its so relatable;

"Later in marriage when you hit parenthood, you'll realize what you really wish for in your spouse is not big money or 'six-pack'. A pretty face and a good bank account are nice to have but at the end of the day, there's so much more you should be looking for.

At 3am when your child is crying, and your eyes are heavy and your body is weak for postpartum, it will not be how he looks or what he owns that will matter. It'll be the compassion in his heart and the love for you in his soul that push him out of the bed to attend the child immediately and tell you,
"Go back to sleep, love. I got this."

If I could tell the younger people what to consider in a companion, I would say marry the man who will be the best father for your children. The man who will put you and your little family first, above all else. The man who is as responsible as you are in raising family because you both are in it together. In short, marry the person who will set a standard for a spouse in your children.

Because in all of these, whenever you watch your partner with your child, you'll find yourself falling in love all over again.

Choose wisely, not only for you but also for your child."