Everyone’s Mom is the MOST [something they know] –
every day, all the time.
Thank you for sharing your Most ____ Moms. See some of the stories shared below.
My mom is the most compassionate, loving, patient woman I know. She has sacrificed so much for me and I would love to be able to show her how much I love her and how proud I am of her.
I have attached a picture of us on my wedding day. She is beautiful everyday, but on this day I think she was glowing.
– Kayle Garcia
My mom is the most Kind Mom – every day, all the time. My mom (parents) live between Arizona and Wisconsin while her three adult children are spread between Arizona, Wisconsin, and (me, pictured), Maryland. I’m the oddball. But my mother always makes time to call her kids in all 3 states to check in on us, tell us she loves us and makes sure we are well. This has been through her own bout with breast cancer and my father’s bout with prostate cancer. She is 78 and carries herself like she is 50. Her kindness is beyond words. She worries about my medical condition of epilepsy. In fact just hours after this photo was taken I had a tonic clonic seizure with my mother and she cared for me until help could arrive.
My mom is a nurse by training. A newborn nursery nurse. Kindness and gentleness are requirements of her job. Now retired, my mom has retained those qualities in life and cares for everyone she encounters in life the same way. My dad, my siblings, my aunts/uncle’s, cousins, my mother’s friends, everyone she cares about. Simply said – My mom is the most Kind Mom.
– Sheri Ferguson
My mom is the most inspiring person I know. She has inspired me to be the best mom that I can be to my 2 children. Now since I am older, I have realized, all she has sacrificed to give me a good life. She has worked countless hours, and still had time to spend quality time with me.
My mom is the most giving person that I know. During health ailments with my dad, her ex-husband, she has been a constant support and caretaker for the family. She has given the most to our family and my father to make sure that he receives excellent care and that we are all getting the care that we need as family. She has sacrificed so much of her own time and life to be an amazing mother.
My mom is the most reliable person I know. Ever since I went away to college in 2007 I have been calling my mom everyday, sometimes multiple times a day to chat or share stories. We have lived in different states the majority of the years since I turned 18. In over ten years my mom has never not returned a call that same day, usually within the hour. She is an excellent listener and the first person I want to share good news with. She always jokes that she isn’t world’s best mom, but the fact that I can call her and know she will be on the other end of the line is invaluable to me. I love her more than she will ever know. Now that I am a mom myself I have been calling more than ever with “is this normal?” “should I take her to the doctor?” “should I stop breastfeeding?” questions and I know she will be that reassuring voice on the other end of the line and in my head all the time. She is truly the most best friend a girl could ask for.