Day 4: Express thanks to your mother. Give her a call or write a letter, expressing gratitude for her love and influence. If she isn’t living, write her a letter in your journal. And if it’s not your own mother, maybe it’s another woman who mothered you.
Day 5 is then focusing on your own talents and skills as a mother/nurturer:
Make a list of the skills and attributes that you bring to the role of a mother.
“I looked on child rearing not only as a work of love and duty but as a profession that demanded the best that I cuold bring to it.” ~Rose Kennedy
For a different twist on the Motherhood Matters series, here’s an interview with Jimmer Fredette who talks a little about his mom.
Video Courtesy of KSL.com
Awesome! Even though I am a Grandmother; I will take a look at improving some of my grandmother skills. Thanks for your thought and have a Very Lovely Mother’s Day!