Through the seasons of motherhood, it can be hard to feel wanted. We lose so much of ourselves — who we once were and wanted to be — and simultaneously gain our whole world in those sweet little babes.
Still, we want to feel wanted. We want the man who once chose us for a distant version of ourselves to still want the woman standing before him. We want to be wanted for more than a feeding or a feel good.
Laura Mazza of Mum on the Run would argue that more than feeling wanted, we want to be SEEN, and we want to be CHOSEN.
In a recent post on her Facebook page, Mazza gives dads some major pointers for loving their wives well.