The Daughter of a Working Mom

To The Daughter Of A Working Mom, Take It In Because You Are In The Presence Of A Superwoman

The great truth about being the daughter of a super mom


To the daughter of a hard-working momma,

Man, it is SO hard to have a working mom. It's hard to miss her. Hard to have friends whose moms are home all of the time. Hard to understand the balance of work and play. All around hard.

But watch. Watch her. Watch the work she's doing. Watch the way she treats others. Watch how she balances more than anyone should ever be able to. Take it all in. You are learning so much.

You should respect your friend's moms. Those moms that choose and are able to stay home with their children. They are in one of the hardest positions known to man and they are amazing. But your mom's life looks a little different and there is nothing wrong what that.

First and foremost, be patient. She loves you SO much. She wants nothing more than to be the best mom possible but she is a human. There are going to be days that she is tired. Days that she is annoyed. Days that she snaps for reasons that have nothing to do with you.

Second, and almost as important, watch her and learn from her. She is going to want to share everything she can with you and the skills you learn watching your mom kick butt will shape the person you are and the work you will someday be passionate about. Your mom is a prime example of being able to do anything you set your mind to.

Third, take mental note of the extreme effort it takes for her to attend school events. Think about how hard it is for her to get there in the middle of the day. Think about how much had to be moved around. Think about how tired she must be. Feeling overwhelmed? She's not! Seeing you and spending time with you is the best part of her day. There are going to be things she won't be able to attend and honestly, that's okay too.

Last but not least, ask questions. Ask about everything you can, as frequently as you can. You are blessed with a superhero mom. She has had more amazing experiences that you ever realize. Even when you think she doesn't know what she's talking about, she does. Odds are she's been through the exact same thing. Odds are she's made the exact mistake you're about to make.

Being the daughter of a working mom is hard but it also is the greatest blessing. You have no idea what an impact she is making on you. Listen to her, ask her questions, notice the incredible things she is doing. There is no better role model than a working momma.


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10 Reasons Why My Mom Is My Hero

She's also my best friend.

My mom is pretty darn special. And I'd be kidding myself to say that I tell her enough how much I appreciate her. There aren't enough breaths in the day to thank her for all that she has done for me, and all that she will do for me. So this is for my momma, these are just a few of the reasons why I think she's pretty great.

1. I can talk to her about anything.

I know for a fact that no matter the issue and no matter the story, my mom will listen to the entire thing with nothing but compassion in her heart. I don't ever need to wonder if she will judge me because I know for a fact that she never will.

2. She gives the best hugs.

I don't care if I saw her yesterday or if I've been away for three months, my mom will always hug me like she hasn't seen me in years, and there isn't a better feeling in the world.

3. I have never met a more selfless person.

She has such a heart for others and I am constantly blown away by her devotion and passion for serving those around her. If I (or anyone else) needs anything, my mom is the first one to jump up, drop everything, and run to help. If I have half as much generosity as my mom someday, I know that I would be making a huge difference.

4. I am inspired by her.


5. She cares so much for me.

I know that no matter how old I grow to be, and how mature I may become, my mom will always be there for me. She will always be waiting with open arms to either congratulate me or console me. I have never felt more loved by any other human than I do by my mom.

6. She loves me unconditionally.

I will never ever need to worry that she will stop loving me. No matter the circumstances, no matter the phase of life that I'm in, my mom will always be there for me, loving me every step of the way.

7. She is my No. 1 cheerleader.

I don't think I will ever meet another person more dedicated to my success and ready to celebrate my accomplishments than my mom. She is hands-down my biggest supporter and will always be standing at the finish line of whatever race I may be running. I could be crawling across that finish line and she'd still be cheering for me the whole way.

8. I can always count on her to point me in the right direction.

My mom will pray for me. She'll encourage me. She will lead by example and through the counseling that she is always ready to provide. I know that I can always count on her to push me in the direction of my dreams.

9. She has the best laugh.

I could pick my mom's laugh out of a crowd of hundreds. Her ability to laugh at herself (and at her own cheesy jokes) are part of what makes her so amazing. But the sound of my mom's laugh has the capability to make anyone's day, including mine.

10. I never stop learning from her.

See points 1-9.

Mom, you are such an amazing woman, and there is simply no way that I could put it into words. So I'll simply say thank you. Thank you for all that you do for me, day in and day out. Thank you for loving me, and showing me what it means to live like Jesus and everything else that you do. I

hope that one day my daughter might love me as much as I love you.



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To The One Human Who Is Right About Everything In The World, Thank You

Mother knows best.


In our lives, mothers play a role which can't be put into words. Her place in our hearts and everywhere is special and different. As children, our relationship with her is unique as we love her endlessly but our love can't be compared with hers, which goes to extremes and is unconditional.

Today, I am living my dream and following my passion, all because of the sacrifices my mother made for me. She is the one who taught me the meaning of discipline, hard work, and respect. I have never come across any individual in my entire life who is as hardworking as she is. When I was in school, she was the one who used to stay awake with me during my exams so that I could study and not fall asleep. She was so concerned that even though at times she was tired, she could actually not fall asleep until I was done with the studies.

She is the best person to vent to and offers me the best advice along with the personal anecdotes which are both funny and calming. She taught me from being an empathetic human to learning how to be bold and ask for what you deserve. When I hear her childhood experiences, I feel proud that she has always been this hardworking and a competent individual who was not only the best at the studies but also managed her childhood so well even without a mother. Today she is a working mother who is a multitasker and does everything with perfection.

I came to New York last year for my higher studies and my life completely changed, except for one thing: it's my mother who wakes me up in the morning. We are miles apart but a call from her every morning is a part of my daily routine.

It's true that we can never count our mother's activities. Every mother works 24/7 for her family and children which is like a career in itself. Without my mother, I wouldn't be the person I am today. She's always been there, since the day I was born and has worked unimaginably hard in order for me to have the best life.

I am proud of her and I am grateful to have her in my life. Here's wishing all the mothers a very happy Mother's Day.

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