Today is a special day for all you mothers and women who play that nurturing, motherly role in your children’s lives. Every day we must be thankful for having such great role models in our lives that inspire us to reach every goal we set, overcome challenges and be kind and empowering human beings. We learn so much from our mothers that we want to be just like them when we grow up. However today we take time to truly say how much we appreciate them and show them our endless love and care. Sometimes we forget to thank them enough for all they do but today we remember everything we must be grateful for because they deserve it.
Mothers carry their child for 9 months and fall in love with the process of getting to know their unborn child just through feeling and body changes. From the moment a woman knows she is pregnant to the time a child starts life outside of the womb, their love grows because moms have a unique way of taking care and sacrificing their comfort for their children.
There are moments when time is tough and life might seem to be hectic and cause stress on our mothers; there are times when our moms might think what they are doing is not good enough, but we must remind them that their effort is what is most important to us. We must continue to acknowledge all that they do for us. Appreciation is not what mothers demand, but they do deserve it.
Being a mother is tough. Leaving a child in somebody else’s care because you have to go to work is not easy. Not being able to be there for your child 24×7 does make you feel guilty. Bringing home infections from a hospital you work at does stress you. It is difficult to imagine how moms manage work, home and kids together and still don’t complain. Thank you for being the superwoman you are. Your kids will never forget your smiling face when you stood up for them at their little stage performances at school, they will never forget when you canceled your plans to let them go out, when you were sick yet you looked after them. It means a lot when you support the goals and ideas of your kids, it gives them the confidence to make better decisions in life.
For those who may not have a mom or who are not present in their lives today, but who have a mother figure who they look up to, may we express our gratitude for having such an amazing woman who has played that important part. Taking that mom role is such a big step and only someone with a big heart and pure kindness is actually what makes them so special. So let’s thank them too! Because without our role models where will we be?
My mom is amazing & strong and completes our family. She helped raise me and my little sister and has done an exceptional job. She has shown me that she is willing to sacrifice so much in her life in order to push forward and give us a better life. My mother is loving and has a great sense of humor that will spark the room every time. My mother is a great cook and loves to bake! She is hardworking and always willing to go the extra mile to make us happy. Thank you for all you have done for our family, your role as a mother has inspired me and shown me how I should be one day.
What do you love the best about your mom? On this very special day, let us all thank and show how lucky we are to have such a great mom by our side. For those who have lost their mother, take this day to remember her and be forever grateful for everything she has done.
Happy Mother’s day to all the new moms too! You may find this time very hard but you are doing an amazing job! Bringing and raising a human being in this world is worth appreciating. Give yourself a pat on your back and know that you are loved and appreciated!
Dear moms, everyday is your day but today we truly respect your contribution in raising a family, in giving everyone around you unconditional love. Look at your children and feel blessed to have them. They make you what you are today. Appreciate the time you have with them and admire their little acts because they will keep growing up, into amazing people.
Happy Mother’s day!
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Written by Jennifer Parra