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Mother is God in the eyes of a child.
There is perhaps no greater love that exists in the world than the love shared between mother and child. How often have we heard that love isn't logical, that it bends not to reason or rationalization? Love isn't brains--it's blood. When two people commune with their bodies to create a child, they are doing something that can never again be replicated in quite the same way. The exact combination of color and skin is unique only to the child you bear. Once formed, the mother carries her child around inside her for nine months, providing food and shelter, nourishing, growing, helping, loving. And when the baby emerges healthy, wailing at the top of his lungs as he takes his first breath and he and his mother meet eye to eye for the first time, there is a connection formed in that instant that can never be broken.
I have seen people turn their lives around for the sake of a child. I have seen teenagers who were mere children themselves instantly become adults when pregnancy occurred, unplanned, while they were still in high school. I have seen women take the high road time and time again, choosing to give up their previous plans and rewrite the script of their life when a baby comes along. My own mother became pregnant with me when she was eighteen-years old, just about to graduate high school. She was unmarried and not engaged at the time, and though her boyfriend pushed for abortion, saying he'd stay with her if she did, she gathered up inner resources she didn't even know she had and pushed him right out the door. She raised me on her own with the help of my grandparents, and because of this the bond that we share is unbreakable.
Is it any wonder that "Mom" tattoos are so popular? What better way to artistically honor the woman who gave you life? Likewise, it is common for parents, mothers and fathers alike, to celebrate the birth of their children by inking their baby's name or birth date some place on their skin. There will always be the traditional name tattoos, which are beautiful in and of themselves. But parents are constantly coming up with more and more unique methods of devoting a section of skin to the children they created. Here are some of the many ways of doing so.
I have a few ideas of what I am getting for my son. ( I have to wait until I am finished breastfeeding) his birth flower or his name come to mind. If you think about a bird, what about like a stork carrying a baby and then just make it your own. Just an idea.
My mother and I got matching tats for her mothers day and my grad present they are hibiscuses mine on my foot and hers on her shoulder, I just had my daughter 2 months ago and i am wanting to get her name underneath the flower and try to talk my mom into getting mine and my sisters names around her flower. I think it is a good way to share something between mother and daughter
I have 2 boys and I got an Ankh (Egyptian symbol for life) with my boys names going down each side. The middle of the Ankh has a heart. My kids are my life so I wanted to honor them!
mine is just my sons name on my wrist not very exciting..but its there and i love it..ganna add stars on 2 it 2 x
My mom had 6 kids and she went to the tatt shop with some baby blocks with the abc's on them and got them to scan it and do a pyrimid with the blocks with the first initial of each of her kids. Its really cute. (and it was mine and my older brothers idea) :-)
I have a celtic motherhood knot on my shoulder with the traditional dots in the loops to represent my 2 boys.
I have a tattoo across my foot with a foot print for each kid, different color for each, with their initals in them, then i have seperate tattoos on my back with their names and birthdays. my oldest son I have the precious moments baby boy, my daughter a fairy, my 2nd son is going to be a teddy bear with a childs face, and my youngest is going to be a monkey with a childs face. you just have to come up with your own that means something to you. good luck!!
hiya i got my sons name on my shoulder and left plenty of room around where the i is im going to get dot changed into a crown then when hes bit older gonna let him come and choose a little animation character he likes so its got his stamp on it :)
I have one for my son what i did was my favorite animal is a frog and when he was born he reminded us of a frogman so i got a frog with his name over it
My son isn't born yet but as soon as I can after he's born I'll be getting a retro styled rocket ship with my sons name on it. Not sure where I am putting it yet as I have quite a few tattoos already. My boyfriend is going to be getting our sons birth date tattooed on the inside of his upper arm in roman numerals.
I also had a hard time deciding what I wanted because I did not want the normal foot prints either. I chose mine because as soon as I found out he was a boy I decided I would have his nursery theme be a rocket ship theme along with the fact that I want him to always reach for the stars. Something I plan to teach him in life.
I have one....Its a treble clef with stars around it. I am into music and have been my whole life so thats why I got it. It has 3 distinct stars around it and I had each of my children pick a color for their star. They love it because they know which one is theirs.
mine is my daughters name.....but i added angel wings a halo and a devils tail to the y in her name. i'm still thinking of one for my one year old.
i got a skull and crossbones with my sons name and date of birth on my foot and when he can write his name get him to sign my foot and kiss it and get it tattooed over.
My DH and I just recently had our last. Being irish, I got a grouping of shamrocks done- a 4 leaf one for my DH and 3 3-leafers for my kids. I am really happy with it! My condition was that I wanted something that could be built onto incase we have a surprise baby or so that I can add more for grandbabies someday.