Celebrating Motherhood: The Eternal bond of Love

Celebrating Motherhood: The Eternal bond of Love

This article has been researched and written by Arelang Naturals® in-house writers.

Have you ever noticed how your mom always knows exactly what you need, even before you do? Like when you're feeling down and she gives you a big hug that makes everything better? Or think about those moments when you excitedly showed your mom a drawing you made, maybe it's a house with a picket fence, 2 windows, a door, trees outside, sun and clouds all from your imagination and completely out of proportions! The way her eyes light up with pride and joy, as if your art is the most amazing masterpiece she's ever seen, to make you feel like you could conquer the world with your creativity. That's just one of the few instances of how special, pure and sacred the love a mom has for her children. It's like having a built-in best friend who knows you better than anyone else in the world. But is this really all emotion, or is there any science to this?

Did you know that both mom and baby also share each other’s cells during pregnancy? As early as the second week of pregnancy, there is a two-way flow of cells and DNA between the foetus and the mother. Cells containing DNA from the foetus cross the placenta and enter the mother’s blood circulation, while cells from the mother cross in the opposite direction and transfer into foetal circulation.

Some of the cells coming from the foetus are destroyed by the mom’s immune system, but some persist and become embedded in various organs, and become a part of her. The foetus typically transfers more of their cells to the mother than the other way around. This exchange begins as early as the first few weeks of pregnancy. This phenomenon is called microchimerism₁. Perhaps this may be the only scientific explanation to the unconditional bond shared between a mother and her child.

The Joys of Motherhood

From the moment a child is conceived, a mother's journey begins—a journey filled with love, trials, sacrifices, and unimaginable joys. Through every ache and pain, every sleepless night and weary day, she nurtures life within her, pouring her heart and soul into the miracle she has inside of her. But motherhood is not just about giving birth; it's about nurturing, guiding, and shaping the lives of her children. It's about selflessly putting their needs above her own, sacrificing her dreams and desires to ensure their happiness and well-being. It's about finding strength in the face of adversity, courage in the midst of uncertainty, and resilience in the darkest of times.

The Challenges of Motherhood

But let's be real – being a mom isn't always sunshine and rainbows. It is tested by the trials and tribulations of life, by the inevitable conflicts and disagreements that arise as children grow and assert their independence. But even when things get tough, a mom's love never wavers. It's like a light that guides you through the dark times.

As children, we may often take her love for granted, forgetting the countless sacrifices she's made on our behalf. We may overlook the late nights she spent comforting us, the tears she shed worrying about our future, the silent prayers she whispered for our happiness. But through it all, she never wavers in her love, never falters in her devotion. 

Finding Strength in Love

As we grow older, her role evolves from caregiver to confidante, from protector to friend. She becomes our biggest cheerleader, our staunchest supporter, swelling with pride at every achievement, big or small. And even as life pulls us in different directions, her love remains a steadfast anchor, a guiding light in a world filled with uncertainty.

Yet, amidst all the chaos and craziness, this bond of pure love and connection makes it all worthwhile for her. Whether it's a cuddle with the little one or a heart-to-heart conversation with the teenager, these moments remind her why becoming a mom is so special. This bond between moms and kids is really special because it makes you feel like you belong, like you have someone who understands you no matter what.


So, let's take a moment to appreciate the amazing bond between moms and kids. Let's thank our moms for all the love, care, and support they give us every single day. So, here's to all the moms out there – navigating the ups and downs of motherhood with grace, strength, and a whole lot of love.

And what better way to show our gratitude than by gifting her with something special, like Rekindle for Women and Replenish with Greens from Caim by arelang?  A thoughtful gift like Rekindle for Women from Caim by arelang's can make all the difference, especially as they navigate the journey of womanhood. With its natural ingredients like shatavari, flax seed, black cohosh and many more, Rekindle can help them sail through hormonal fluctuations smoothly and effortlessly. It's a gesture of love and appreciation that acknowledges the countless sacrifices they've made for us, ensuring they feel supported and cherished every step of the way.

And to complement her wellness journey, pair it with Replenish with Greens gummies made from apple juice concentrate composed of potent plant based natural ingredients like chlorella, spirulina, red spinach and many more, another fantastic product designed to support mobility and flexibility by boosting collagen production in the body. Together, these thoughtful gifts offer help to support their health and vitality, ensuring that she continues to thrive as she always has. 

Let's carry forward the spirit of gratitude and appreciation for our mothers beyond just Mother's Day, embracing every opportunity to honour and cherish them. Their profound impact on our lives extends far beyond a single day, shaping us into the individuals we are and enriching the world around us with their love and wisdom.


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