It's Mother's Day, and you miss your mom. That’s normal, we all do. Why not share your feelings with her and make her day. Or if she is gone, take time to remember her and pass on your memories to your kids!
As adults, we tend to move away from our moms and focus on our own lives and families. We get caught up in the daily grind and forget to check in on the people who mean the most to us. But once a year, on Mother's Day, we give mom a call, and just chat. That's great, but here is a way to make Mother's Day really special.
Think about what you miss most about your mom?
This year, why not take the time to tell your mom what you miss about her? Especially the little things that might seem insignificant, but actually mean so much. Think back to your childhood and remember the moments that made you feel loved and cherished. Maybe it was the way she would tuck you in at night or the smell of her cooking your favorite meal. Perhaps it was the way she would listen to you talk about your day or the stories she would tell you about her own childhood. Or sing you a song. Or hug you when you're sad. Or just let you know everything would be OK.
Whatever it is, take the time to tell her. Let her know that you miss those moments and that you appreciate all that she has done for you. It might seem like a small gesture, but it will mean the world to her.
If your mom has passed away, take fifteen minutes to think about and write down what you miss most about her. Share your notes with your own children as a conversation starter. Your kids will love it and likely ask lots of questions about their grandmother. What a great way to keep her memory alive and pass on a legacy of love and appreciation.
Yes, take the time to think about what you miss about your mom and share it.
Happy Mother's Day from The Party Helpers. We hope this is your best Mother's Day, ever.