A Mother is…


A super being!

She is a teacher, chef, driver, coach, game assembler, boo-boo kisser, personal shopper, laundry attendant, monster-chaser…caregiver. Mom will always be there when you need her. She will be there to listen when you’re happy, sad, angry or frightened. She is there to comfort you when you’ve had your first heart-break. She is there to discipline you and make sure great morals and values are instilled.She is there to make sure you try your very best at everything you do: school, sports, work…

A mother is there to show us unconditional love; to show us a love that can never be broken. A love like no other.

Thank you to all the Mothers out there! Happy Mother’s day!!! May your day be filled with love, laughter, happiness and blessings.



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