Motherhood is a delightful melange of hard work, heart-wrecking, laugh-inducing emotions, and so much more.
With so much going around, our loving moms still find ways to recharge.
Mother’s Day is approaching, and many of you might be confused or fretting over gifting options for the superwoman in your life. There is nothing we can do to match the love and affection she showers us with, but on this day, you can just show her how much you appreciate her by spoiling our dearest moms with everything she deserves.
Moms deserve all the good things in life, and we definitely need more than just Mother’s Day to celebrate them. They need to be celebrated, pampered, and loved every day because, without our mom, we and our lives would be a mess.
Mothers not only play an important role in their children's lives but also in every person's lives. Especially their daughters, and especially when we need our moms during one of the most important times in our lives—our first period. But strangely, most of our moms have either gotten super awkward while talking about menstruation but have still taken us through the conversation or have gone through the conversation effortlessly. There’s no middle ground.
Mothers have always been protective of their children. Whether it's your first day of school or your first day at work, moms have always been there for you.
Menstruation is a topic that many mothers don’t talk about due to society's taboos around it. But there is no mother who is not concerned about her child’s safety.
Well, it's time to tell our moms,
"Don't worry! Your little girls have grown up and are ready to take on the world. Thank you for taking us through this conversation that we were not aware of or afraid to have. Thank you for standing with me and supporting me in breaking all social barriers and taboos. Moms have proved that they run the world".
But just like that, as a daughter, it is our responsibility to use the superpower she has given us.
Some of our moms are either going through menopause or are still experiencing their periods. Many women are still unaware of menopause and menstrual hygiene. It is our duty to explain to them the woman's body and the changes she will go through during this time.
Whether our moms are doing a 9-to-5 job or are housewives, they do not get time for themselves. They are so busy taking care of us that they forget to take care of themselves.
It is our responsibility to pamper them with all our love and affection as well as to take care of them during their difficult days.
Happy Mother’s Day, Mom!
We love you!