Posts Tagged motherhood
Why ask moms if they are ready to work? I saw this question in several online ads and print ads. This post is based on my first response. ARE YOU CRAZY?
The word MOM is work in itself. The word MOM identifies a responsibility outlines in numerous task that last for a lifetime. From the time you are conceived ; your mom is working.. She is working to keep you healthy. She is working to increase her knowledge and skills to take the best care of you possible. She is working to not smoke during her pregnancy. She is working to halt drinking during her pregnancy. She is working to eliminate illegal drugs from her system while she is pregnant. She is working to prioritize use by enhancing her skills and abilities for motherhood. She is working as a career woman to provide the best for you. She is going to school to give you a better life. She is working to deprive herself of necessities to ensure you have. She is working to provide transportation to enable you to have access to what is needed. She is working to ensure you receive the necessary nutrients for a healthy childhood. She is working to overcome any obstacles that interfere with you. She is working for you to be successful.
Majority of mothers work 24/7 in a wholistic manner for the betterment of you. The mothers who gave you away worked a strategy to give you a better life. The mothers who made mistakes worked; lacking skills for positive result. The word “MOM” means accountability and responsibility 24/7. Don’t get frustrated; open your eyes. Moms do work; salary not required.
Happy Mother’s Day to everyone who carries the title of mom. Every mom is not biological. Every mom did not raise a child in her household; but fulfilled the role of mom.
How do we define imperfect mom? Overcooking a turkey, wearing an embarrassing outfit, or telling a silly joke may not define an imperfect mom to all. When I scanned this article; it was warm, sincere, and humorous. All imperfect moms are good moms. Why am I not feeling all warm and fuzzy about “imperfect moms”? Read the rest of this entry »