Thoughts on Mother’s Day

Of all days, I couldn’t find the words to express myself this Mother’s Day.  I have so much in my mind right now and I thought I’d share some quotes that share my sentiments on this special day for moms.

It is often difficult, tiresome and hard to be a mother, and there is never a rest from being a mother, but helping my children grow to be competent, caring, sensitive, successful, and happy individuals is the most important thing I could ever do, and it is, by far, the most loving and rewarding. – Susan Polis Schutz

My girl wore her favorite pajama set for me

The love between a mother and her child is a bond of the strongest kind. It is a love of the present, interwoven with memories of the past and dreams of the future.  It is an unconditional, forever kind of love. – Barbara Cage

My boy made this paper flower for me to put on my hair 🙂

The moment a child is born, the mother is also born. She never existed before. The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely new. – Rajneesh

Creativity in the age of technology — a cake for mom from the iPad
Creativity in the most basic form — a cut-out heart and a ‘mom & me’ sketch from my girl

‘Mother’, my original poem for Mother’s day.


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Quotes from Schutz and Cage:  From the book The Language of Parenting

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