Petrina and Isaac Alexander at Botanic Gardens, Belfast, Northern Ireland - photo 6860.

We’re just loving life!

I’m having an amazing journey. We’re breast feeding and it’s fantastic, and we’re just loving life.

Since becoming a mother to my beautiful son Isaac, life has changed in so many different ways. Motherhood is the most fulfilling adventure I have ever been on and it has given me the opportunity to provide safety, comfort, unconditional love and happiness to my beautiful baby boy.

I am very privileged to have become a mother, it is a gift that I am blessed to have been given and I hold very close to my heart.

My journey with Isaac has been extraordinary. Every day is a new adventure and I am teaching him to become the best version of him possible by being the best version of me. It is important that I show Isaac the meaning of life by being kind and generous, and encouraging him to have the confidence to learn new skills.

Becoming a mother required me to become fearless and selfless and to overcome my own anxieties so that I can contain his and teach him that the world is not the scary place that it must seem to someone so small.

 

I could not be happier and I am excited and look forward to what the future holds, and the adventures that we will embark on.

 

Petrina and son, Isaac Alexander (Finaghy)

At Botanic Gardens, Belfast.

 

Photography: Bout Yeh photographers Belfast

Petrina and Isaac Alexander at Botanic Gardens, Belfast, Northern Ireland - photo 6866. Vertical crop.

Photography: Stephen S T Bradley for Bout Yeh

Petrina and Isaac Alexander at Botanic Gardens, Belfast, Northern Ireland - photo 6867.
Petrina and Isaac Alexander at Botanic Gardens, Belfast, Northern Ireland - photo 6866.
Petrina and Isaac Alexander at Botanic Gardens, Belfast, Northern Ireland - photo 6869.

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