For me family comes first! They know it and feel it and that's why they support me and back me up strongly when it comes to my career. I am really grateful that I am successful in both, but I'd never choose my job over my family. If I get to choose, I'd definitely choose my family! And I believe that's how I am able to balance.
I wish I could say I am a cool mother, but I think I'm a strict mum, especially with my eldest daughter. My little daughter is a little spoilt as she's still a toddler, but I am strict with the older one. I try not to be very harsh, but unfortunately my fear and worry drive me to be strict!
Like any normal mother does! After I gave birth to my second daughter, I totally committed my time for her for almost a year. My younger daughter is a year and a half old and my eldest is eight years old, so some how she's a little independent. My father lives with me and that's a true blessing, because even if there's a nanny I am comforted by the fact that there's a family member keeping an eye on them.
I go to the gym, spa, have a ladies' night with my best friends, and sometimes I prefer to have some quiet time in my room with a book or a good movie! If I have the option, I travel. I adore travelling and this happens three to four times a year and that is not much for someone who adores travelling!
My younger daughter is very stubborn and she drives me crazy! The older one tends to lie if she's afraid to be punished and doesn't reveal the truth unless she's sure she won't be punished and that drives me crazy as well!
I wish they grow strong and independent! I don't want them to become dependent on others or have weak characters. It's really important that they respect people as well, because this is how people will respect them.
One of the most beautiful experiences that any mother can live, is watching her girl trying on her makeup, shoes and clothes and I adore them for it. Also, they're both very stubborn, just like me; they won't do anything unless they are completely convinced!
My older daughter was in kindergarten and made me a card! I still have it. I was so proud - one of the best feelings I've ever felt!
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