Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Cynthia Bailey, is taking to her blog to share with viewers, why she thinks Kenya Moore will be a good mom, and how she feels about the Shaman experience in Mexico. Check it OUT!
Hello everyone! Welcome back to another drama filled episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Let’s jump right on in!
“Children are the hands by which we take hold of heaven.”
KENYA AND MOTHERHOOD
One of the things that I share with most of the women in my circle is the gift of motherhood. Being a mom is one of the most difficult, challenging, and amazing jobs that a woman can have. I love my daughter Noelle. She means the absolute world to me. I never truly understood what unconditional love meant until I gave birth to her. It’s a love like no other. There are no words to describe the eternal bond that I share with my daughter. Everything in my life is more special because she is a part of my life. Noelle motivates me daily to push myself to my highest standard, and to be the best person that I can be. When I look into my daughter’s eyes I am reminded of true love, what’s really important in life, and that I am here for a greater purpose.
I sincerely wish Kenya is able to have the unbelievable fulfillment that I felt when I became a mother. I feel that Kenya has a strong desire for her own family because of her relationship with her mother. I believe that becoming a mother will not only satisfy Kenya, but also fill this void, giving her an overwhelming feeling of completeness. My heart goes out to her and all women who have missed the opportunity of being raised by a loving and present mother. However, life always presents missed opportunities. God willing and when the time is right, Kenya will be the mother that she never had. I am hopeful that Kenya is walking into her time and moment for this precious gift!
The visit to see the Shaman in Mexico was a first for me. Although I was a little skeptical in the beginning, I really enjoyed being there with NeNe and Kandi to support Kenya. When all is said and done, women need to support each other and what they stand for. I am glad to have experienced this positive reinforcement. I believe Kenya is destined to be an amazing mother one day to an equally blessed child. Being a mother to Noelle is the one thing I am most proud of. There is nothing like a mother’s love, and the unconditional love of a child.
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Thoughts on what Cynthia had to say? Do you agree with her?