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What makes your mom amazing?

April 12th | family, jewelry

This is the first of a few interviews I did about moms. I asked my twin nieces a few questions about their amazing mama {who is also my twin sis} and here are their adorable answers…

What makes your mom so special?

Everything.  Um, she is really kind and she gives us lots of presents. She was willing to get us a cute puppy named Gilbert.

If your mom had a whole day to herself, what would she do with it?

She would work around the house and rest. She might go to thrift stores.

How does your mom show you that she loves you?

By taking us to places we like and giving us hugs and cuddles. When we get hurt she helps us feel better.

The necklace pictured is our brand new celebrate mom necklace. You can find it here PLUS save 20% on anything in the shop today and tomorrow by entering coupon ‘momsday20′ at checkout.

Tell us, what makes your mom so special?

8 Responses

  1. My mom grew up in a horrible home yet she didnt let that determine her life’s path. She is one of the most giving people I know and has taken care of numerous relatives AND neighbors over the years who were sick, dying, or who had a spouse in the hospital but couldn’t drive themself.
    I actually spent many nights after school visiting hospitals where she was taking care of people.
    Over the past few years her care extended to my own dad(brain cancer which then led to other types of cancer) and then to herself(breast cancer).
    Its very hard to watch your parents get old. But my mom has lived a selfless life and I know that when she meets the Lord He’ll have a big huge crown for her to wear:)

  2. Claudine says:

    Oh how sweet these interviews are — and the necklace is darling!

    Right now we are on a “babymoon” at our house and I have guest Mama bloggers sharing about motherhood…a perfect time of year for those reflections!

  3. Adorable! I hope small one eventually has a sweet of things to say about me C:

  4. LOVD says:

    My mom has been in a wheelchair longer than not. She was confined to a wheelchair when I was in the 5th grade. Now that I’m almost 40, I think back to what she must have gone through, losing the use of her legs, and I can’t think of anyone more brave, courageous, or positive about life no matter what than my mom, my hero, my example of how to get through the worst.

  5. My mom… She is so very special. She has taught in inner city schools for 30 years. She has been a foster parent to four teenagers. She loves with all her heart and makes me feel adored.

  6. Beatriz says:

    My mother grew up with the “original evil stepmother”, her mother had died, she and my aunt had to go live with their dad and wife. He died, leaving them to live with her. She went without food, humiliations, made to work and no motherly love whatsoever. She give birth to 5 of us children, loving us unconditionally. She is the proud mom of 2 teachers, 1 doctor, 1 administrative assistant and 1 supervisor at a Geothermal plant. We couldn’t have done it without her!

  7. My mama died last year(cancer)…she was 67 and I miss her so much…she was a beautiful women, sometimes people say, I look more and more like my mum…and then I am so happy and very proud.

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