In honor and recognition of your own mother and mothers everywhere.....fill.....in....the....blank
A mother is loving
A mother shares her skills and knowledge. Happy Mothers Day, all you Mom's!
A Mother may not always like her children, but she always loves them and makes her decisions based on their well being, rather than their wants.
that way you raise adults that have their priorities straight - needs are always senior to wants, something many in our times have forgotten
Good for you - that is not always an easy one!
...an amazing example of courage, calm and unconditional love. I know few who have gone through what my mom has, and she is a fabulous human being.
A special person we think of and relecti upon often throughout our lives. I strive to be a good and positive light for my daughters. Happy Mothers Day ALL, we all have one...
A true mother is someone who puts others wants and needs before her own.
The one person than you can turn to when life has taken you for a ride that you were not prepared to take- even when she doesn't agree with your decisions, she will help you up, dust off your knees, tell you that she loves you and you are capable of being so much more than you ever considered being. After she gives you a hug and kiss on the cheek she will try to steer you in the right direction as you go back out and try to survive the game-
A woman who is truly a mother is her child's biggest fan in life.
This is hard, am I supposed to say what I hope I am as Mother, or what Ive seen my sister become as amother, or what I had for a mother?
"Mother is the name for God on the lips and hearts of all children."
A mother is someone who will always be there for you. She will not judge you, she will always love you no matter what.
a mother is someone who can validate how loved and wanted you are or a mother was just a carrier for pregnancy and is capable of engraving coping mechanisms and scars that you spend the rest of your life trying to understand.
A mother is an angel send by God to help her children know the world and achieve all kind of success and happiness. No person can imagine a life without a mother, at least I can't.
A mother is one who loves her children with all her heart and forgives them for their mistakes and tries to direct them to the right way, and always pray for their well-being.
A mother is the heart of the family. She keeps it going at all times, nurturing both physically and emotionaly those in her care.
Busy! Hence my name. A mother is also the hand that rules the world (if you believe that the hand that rocks the cradle does that).
I'll settle for: thanked.
by MrsHernandez 8 months ago
Who Is a mother? What make a woman a real mother?There are enough women out there having kids but still are not mothers, they just have kids because they can and because they want to, others have kids because it comes from the heart...
by janesix 3 years ago
Should moms stay home with their kids? I think they should . It's better for the family in my opinion. At least until they are in school full time. The American family is falling apart, and mothers working and dumping kids off in daycare is part of the problem. Absentee dads is also a huge problem...
by Merida Craze 6 months ago
I work in a corporate office and we have a nursery in our office building so that those who can't get babysitters make use of the nursery. It's a new scheme we've introduced for the working mothers in our company. Recently we hired a new human resource manager, who happens to be a...
by seyiari 8 years ago
i want to know what it takes to be a good mother.
by shop online fast 6 years ago
Yeah. what's up?What's this i'm hearing, in a certain poor neighbor, that children are more naturally drawn to their mothers than their fathers. is this true?what's up with this nature, nurture?tell me. children naturally love their mothers more than they love their fathers? how...
by Helpful Hanna 7 years ago
If a woman is unable to have children, does that mean God doesn't want her to be a mom?
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