Sharing Some of What My Mom Meant to Me

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A Tribute to the Lady who Gave Me Life

I have one woman to thank that helped me become the woman I am today. My loving, supportive mother!

She was there to carry and nourish me for almost nine months.

She was the first to hold when I emerged into this world.

She held, diapered and nursed me.

She didn’t mind the middle of the night feedings to much or so she told me when I started having my own children.

She fed me baby food and kept introducing foods until I was able to eat regular. Thanks to her I am not a picky eater and will at least try most new things once,

This wonderful lady watch me take my first steps and say my first words.

She taught me the alphabet, how to write my full name and to count to fifty before I went to kindergarten.

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4 thoughts on “Sharing Some of What My Mom Meant to Me

  1. A it depends on how I feel from moment to moment. This morning was good. This afternoon I miss my parents so much my heart literally hurts and tears are flowing. In an hour I may feel differently. Write if you want and I will answer when I feel up to it.
    Love ya,
    B

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  2. Your words definitely make me stop and think of all the things I missed with my mother. Be very grateful that you have these beautiful memories and experiences with her. Some of us are not as fortunate at you. Your love for your mother shines through your words. Very beautiful and moving.

    Thank you for sharing this beautiful piece of writing with us.
    In my thoughts & prayers,
    Love you,
    A

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    1. Your welcome A. I am very lucky to have had my mom so many years. I was only 11 ye as rs old when my dad passed but I have wonderful merrier of him also.

      Love ya,
      B

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      1. It is good to see you. I have been wondering how you were doing. I know you said you just wanted to be left alone for a bit, that is why I haven’t written. I figured when you were ready you would let me know. I know the funeral process can cause someone’s nerves just frazzle. I hope you are doing well. Are you back for a bit or just taking a break from the real world for a moment?
        Love ya,
        A

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