All I want for Mother’s Day is your support with my literary creations. You are here because . . .
When introduced after the birth of a child, we are known as a Mommy figure. We name them, raise them, and give them all our love. Mommies do not know it all, but we do the best we can.
Being a mother is one of the biggest tasks/challenges a woman can partake in. Mothers have a massive impact on their children (particularly, those tender years), looking after them, loving them, supporting them, teaching them their rights and wrongs, shielding them from harm and danger, and giving them the valuable tools to tackle life challenges.
Children carry high expectations for moms, looking for that love, care, protection, and support. No doubt, a mother’s job is never-ending when it comes to:
Showing love without expecting anything in return, taking care of them both physically and emotionally, disciplining them when needed, supporting them and teaching them valuable lessons, learning about them, and growing with them ─ that’s the kinda parenting we should all strive for. Moms you do it all and do not even complain!
As we approach the celebration day for Mothers (i.e., Sunday, May 14th), I salute them all for being the best mom a Mother can be!
My journey through the motherhood challenges unfolded behind those pages “Not a Blueprint It’s the Shoe Prints that Matter.” All I for Mother’s Day is a review of my book(s). And, a purchase for gift-giving:
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