12 Adjectives To Describe My Mom
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12 Adjectives To Describe My Mom

Happy Mother's Day!

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12 Adjectives To Describe My Mom
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I wanted to write an article about different adjectives that describe my mom. This one's for you Momma, I love you!

1.) Selfless.

My mom always puts people before herself especially when it came to taking care of her parents. During their last phases of life, she was there with them everyday making sure that they were getting the proper care and that they weren't alone.

2.) Creative.

Whether it be with knitting, sewing, quilting, cooking, or baking, my mom does it all so well. I wish she would have passed a little more of her creativeness down to me, but that's alright, I forgive her.


3.) Strong.

My mom was a single mom for almost ten years with three little kids, yet she managed to open a business and work full time as well as take care of us kids.

4.) Goofy.

There's no denying it. Sometimes I will wake up to hearing my mom singing a silly song, or she will break out in a funny dance. There are so many times where my mom has made me laugh so hard that I cried, and it's just one of many reasons why I love her.

5.) Intelligent.

My mom is so smart in so many ways, whether it be with her hobbies or always knowing where things are that I cannot find.

6.) Supportive.

Last year, I was hospitalized for five days. My mom was there everyday with me from dawn to dark to keep me company. It's one of many examples that shows how supportive she is.

7.) Loving.

Whether it is giving big squashers, giving words of encouragement, or saying I love you at the end of every phone call, my mom always makes me feel loved.

8.) Passionate.

My mom knows what her passions are and is insanely great at them. I'm jealous about that for sure.

9.) Unique.

I can honestly say there is no one like my mom that I know of, and this is also one of many reasons why I love her. She isn't afraid to be herself.

10.) Diligent.

My mom takes up many tasks at once, but she always makes sure that they are done well. Whether it's running a business and taking care of children, or working on many different kinds of creative projects at one time, she always manages it all so well.

11.) Beautiful.

Whether she thinks so or not, I will always think she's a beautiful woman.

12.) Appreciated.

I appreciate my mom more than I could ever say. I would be lost without her.

I hope you enjoyed this list Momma, Happy Mother's Day!

All my love,

Your daughter Kamille

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