Mother and Motherhood

Mothers and motherhood both are adorable in every condition. Want to know why? Just have a glance on this page and think about the sacrifice they do for you.

On the auspicious occasion of Mother’s Day all the celebrations are devoted to the honorable mothers who are the experts of one of the most difficult tasks on the earth that is “baby sitting”. It is the time to love, kiss and hug the most precious creation of God “The Mom”. Who can deny that all through our lives we love to put our heads in the lap of our mothers without caring for our status, position and age.

We Salute The Mothers…

  • Who sit up all night with sick toddlers in their arms, wiping up barf and repeatedly saying, “It’s OK honey, Mommy’s here”.
  • Who walk around the house all night with their babies when they keep crying and do not stop.
  • Who show up at work with spit-up in their hair and milk stains on their blouses and diapers in their purse.
  • Who make dozens of cookies for school teas.
  • Who sew various designer Halloween costumes.
  • Who gave birth to babies they will never see.
  • Who adopted the orphan babies and gave them place not only in their homes but also in their heart and lives.
  • Who have frozen their buns off on metal bleachers at hockey, baseball or soccer games any night of the week instead of watching from their cars.
  • Who have yelled at their kids in the grocery store and swatted them in despair when they stomped their feet and then hated themselves for “losing” it.
  • Who sat down with their children and explained all about making babies.
  • Who taught their children to tie their shoelaces before they started school.
  • Who taught their sons to cook and sew and their daughters to be brave and strong.
  • Whose heads turn automatically when a little voice calls “Mom!” in a crowd, even though they know their own offspring is at home.
  • Who sent their kids to school with stomach aches, assuring them that they would be just fine once they got there but soon got calls from the school nurse asking them to pick them up right away. And they do.
  • Whose children have gone astray, and who cannot find the words to reach them.
  • Who bite their lips sometimes until they bleed when their 14-year-olds dye their hair green, red or blue.
  • Who have the ability to nurse a baby, cook dinner, and sew a button on a shirt, all at the same time.
  • Who feels unique ache when they watch their son or daughter disappear down the street, walking to school alone for the very first time.
  • Who has the terror in her heart at 1 AM when her teenager with the new driver’s license is an hour late getting home.
  • Who feels the dull ache as they look in on their sleeping daughter or son the night before they leave for a college in another city.
  • Who flee from wherever they are to hug their child when they hear news of a fire, a car accident or a child dying.
  • Whose children have died from illness, accidents and the worst of all and hardest to comprehend, suicides.
  • Who have tearfully placed flowers and teddy bears on their children’s graves.