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And you probably just want to make everyone happy. But.

“Happy Mother’s Day!” It’s a cheerful saying for some. But for others of us, it can elicit an array of emotions.

Especially when you’re a woman and you don’t have kids.

A “non-mom.”

Like me.

In the stage of life I find myself right now– though I have aspirations of one day being a mom– right now I am not. Maybe you are like me. Or maybe you’re not like me but know someone in a similar position– the position of a non-mom.

A single woman with no kids.

A married woman with no kids.

A woman who can’t have kids.

A woman who has lost a child.

Of course, different places and people all have their own landscape of real struggles and ups and downs and hopes and dreams and feelings to go with. Some can harbor deep pain But what they do have in common is they can make the second Sunday in May feel a bit awkward.

When someone joyfully wishes you a “Happy Mother’s Day,” what do you say?

When you can’t get together with your own mother, what do you do? 

When you see your social media explode with pictures of children with their seemingly “happy” families, what do you feel?

Mother’s Day can be an interesting annual experience if you’re not a mother. On one hand, sometimes people to use Mother’s Day to place mothers on a pedestal above the rest of us (I remember a church service I attended years ago where women were given gifts according to the number of kids they had) Other times, people smooth over the whole “mother” thing and honor women in general—which makes those of us non-mothers feel especially weird, like being given a participation trophy for sitting the bench in a sport we did not play.

But if we go back to the roots of Mother’s Day, we see something entirely different than a holiday about gifts and cards and dinners and posting selfies with mom.

All of us can probably use a reminder of where Mother’s Day actually came from.

The ancient roots of Mother’s Day actually have nothing to do with mothers themselves and everything to do with community. And the Church.

Early Christians celebrated a festival known as “Mothering Sunday,” which fell on the 4thSunday in Lent. This holiday had once been a major celebration in the United Kingdom and parts of Europe. It was originally a time when Christians would return to their “mother church”—the main church in the vicinity of their home—for a special service. “Mothering Sunday” was less about the woman who gave birth to you and more about the call to return to what is known in the Bible as the “Bride of Christ”– the Church– a Christian community– a family not marked by blood.

Hundreds of years later, in the years before the Civil War in America, a woman named Ann Reeves Jarvis of West Virginia started what she called “Mothers’ Day Work Clubs” to teach local women how to care for their children. Following the Civil War, these clubs later became a unifying force, especially when Jarvis organized “Mothers’ Friendship Day” in 1868, where moms gathered with former Union and Confederate soldiers to promote unity and reconciliation. This “Mother’s Day” was about admitting the relational rift between the sides and bringing together what war had separated.

Decades later, the mother of the “official” Mother’s Day national holiday we celebrate today was actually a woman who was never a mother herself. Her name was Anna Jarvis. In the early 1900’s after her mother’s death, Anna, the daughter of Ann Reeves Jarvis, sought to commemorate the sacrifices mothers made for their children. There were always military parades and celebrations for men who sacrificed—so why not the women who gave up much for their kids? After a marketing opportunity involving her Methodist Church in West Virginia and Wanamaker’s department store in Philadelphia, the holiday took off—even to Anna’s dismay when it later became too commercialized. But Anna herself, the Mother of Mother’s Day, never married and never had children. Yet, she honored the sacrifice of mothers because she had a mother (and probably knew what kind of kid she herself had been!).

So what do the roots of Mother’s Day mean for us as we celebrate Mother’s Day– especially for those of us who are not mothers?

1.    Mother’s Day points to our need for community.

Ancient “Mothering Sunday” reminded people of this and the unique Body of the Church that unites people across ethnicity, race, relationship status, or parenthood status. Whether your kids are biological or whether they have been adopted, whether they have passed away or whether you do not have kids of your own, we all need community. If you’re a non-mother, you need community. If you are a mother or part of a family with a mother, you need community outside your family. As a non-mother, I have realized it’s important not to cut yourself off from moms and families, even if they talk about their kids a lot and make you feel awkward at times. We need them, and they need us. Those who are moms or parents or families with children, you too need to associate with people beyond those who share your place in life. You can learn and gain a lot from those who do not have kids. Invite them in. We appreciate it. On Mother’s Day, be together, celebrate together, and grieve together as the Body.

2.    Mother’s Day brings out honest feelings as well as healing.

Ann Reeves Jarvis brought out in the open what others assumed would be smoothed over in the aftermath of war, and this brought about healing and unity. Mother’s Day may be especially hard for you this year, and sometimes others make that difficult. Sometimes people make comments or assumptions they don’t understand can be hurtful (“Why hasn’t a pretty girl like you gotten married yet?” “When are you guys going to start a family?” “Hasn’t it been a few years already since your baby passed?” But we can be honest with ourselves and with others about where we are and what battles we have faced. Churches need to simply acknowledge the array of people and life experiences in their midst, without attempting to tell them what to feel or how long they should be feeling it. For those of us who are not mothers yet long to be, we need to recognize that the moms we see celebrating with their seemingly happy families are not the enemy. And to the people with kids: don’t assume you know everybody’s situation. All of us can be honest about where we are, what we do or do not understand, and our desire to walk together so that no one is alone.

3.    Mother’s Day is not about elevating women with children above others.

Mother’s Day was never meant to affirm that motherhood is the mark of “arriving” in life, or to make other women somehow “less than.” It’s about acknowledging that all of us had a mother who made a sacrifice for us. For some of us, that sacrifice simply involved carrying us for nine months and nothing more. For others, that sacrifice involved time and money and self, and whether in person or in memory, we thank her for that. But Anna Jarvis also demonstrates that calling and impact and service are not correlated to reproductive history or capacity. Historically, God has used non-moms in some of the most fruitful ministries and movements around the world.

Of course, I anticipate there still will be awkward moments and conversations for non-moms on Mother’s Day. We cannot and should not dismiss the real pain that some are experiencing. But the history of Mother’s Day points us to more than a holiday involving expensive cards, gifts, and dinners. It demonstrates our need for genuine community in the Church. It shows the power of sharing and healing together. And it reveals how a single childless woman can wind up giving birth to a movement that honors others.

Looking to encourage and support women in your life this Mother’s Day? This e-book is a tremendous resource!


Unfortunately, the question of whether or not women and men can lead together with equality and mutuality in the body of Christ is still a front-burner issue in the church today. As the authors and collaborators of this work point out, women are still underrepresented in senior levels of leadership which means that the kingdom of God is robbed of half of the solution for the missional task at hand. In response to this reality, they cast a compelling vision for gender-balanced leadership structures in churches and organizations by offering real-life stories and case studies that illustrate how this is already being done today. I am grateful for ANY and ALL efforts to keep this issue at the forefront of leadership conversations and to present practical strategies for moving forward.

~ Ruth Haley Barton, founding president and chief essence office, Transforming Center, and author of Equal to the Task and Life Together in Christ

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I remember my first Mother’s Day as a single mom. I didn’t expect it to be the way that it was or to be filled with the emotions that hit me that day. I mean, it’s Mother’s Day, and I’m a mom. That didn’t change just because I didn’t have a husband. Or did it?

It turns out, kids don’t really know it’s Mother’s Day unless someone tells them. I hadn’t thought about that when I woke up that first Single-Mother’s Day morning. No one was going to make me breakfast or have cards and a gift waiting for me on the kitchen table.

I hoped to smell a fresh pot of coffee as I walked toward the kitchen, but instead, I smelled something bad in the garbage and saw a sink full of dirty dishes. I turned a blind eye to mess in the sink. I had decided I’d take the day off from housework since this was my day, but that luxury immediately seemed to be impossible to seize.

The kids woke up misbehaving, crying, whining, and arguing. It wasn’t just the kids who were exacerbating. The puppy peed inside the house, right next to a clean load of laundry I had tossed on the floor to fold later. (Note to self: No matter how clean your floor, don’t put your clean laundry there.) From the moment I woke up, pretty much everything that could have gone wrong did go wrong.

“Happy Mother’s Day to me,” I said quietly under my breath.

No one remembered to honor me that day. That Mother’s Day was a huge disappointment.

After the kids went to bed, I went out on the deck and sat alone for a long time. I felt sorry for myself. No one cared about how hard I work or how much responsibility I shoulder.

I told myself things like, “If you hadn’t screwed up your life so badly, you’d wouldn’t be in this place. If you’d have a husband, he would have reminded your kids to be thankful for you. He would have honored you. If your mom was nicer, she’d have helped your kids do something nice for you today.”

It was not my best moment. I cried a lot of tears that night on the deck.

Four Things I Learned

I wish I could say that was my only Mother’s Day that didn’t go according to the plan, but it wasn’t. That was the year, however, I started learning a lot about how to embrace my new normal as a single mother on Mother’s Day.

#1: Check Your Expectations

I expected my children (and even the dog) to understand that Mother’s Day was my special day and give me a day free from misbehaving, crying, whining, and arguing—and peeing in the house. I thought I’d get to sit back and be celebrated and appreciated all day.

That kind of thinking made that first Single-Mother’s Days feel like a failure for me. However, in the days that followed, I realized I needed to go into a day like Mother’s Day with more realistic expectations. Misbehaving, crying, whining, and arguing happened every day in our home.  Therefore, I’d most likely see that on Mother’s Day, too. Trash will stink, dishes will be dirty, dogs will have accidents, laundry will need to be done—because all of that is life. And signs of life are GOOD.

Single Mom, take time before Mother’s Day to examine your expectations for the day and adjust them to be realistic. Going into the day with proper expectations will help avoid setting yourself up for disappointment and frustration. Write down what a normal day looks like for you with your kids, and then don’t expect Mother’s Day to look much different.  Turn your disappointment into gratitude. Be thankful for everything you can be on Mother’s Day, including the signs of life that feel overwhelming at times.

#2: Teach Your Children

Unfortunately, your children weren’t born with an instinct to honor you. Just the opposite. They were born needing to be served and to be the focus of attention. Honoring others is something they need to be taught.

As Mother’s Day approaches, take time to talk with your children about holidays and why it’s important to celebrate people on special days like Mother’s Day (and Father’s Day, for that matter). Teaching them about the meaning of Mother’s Day and why it’s important to take time to celebrate you on this day.

Maybe this feels uncomfortable and sounds selfish, but teaching your kids to honor you isn’t just about being celebrated on this one day. You’re giving them a valuable life lesson about intentionally celebrating the important people in their lives.

You’re also setting the tone for your children’s future. If they become parents someday, how would you want them to treat their future spouse on Mother’s or Father’s Day? How do you want them to treat you on future Mother’s Days when they’re adults? By teaching your children to honor you on Mother’s Day, you’re instilling an important value in them that will help them have stronger relationships throughout their lives.

One fun way to allow your children to celebrate you on Mother’s Day is to give them a small amount of money to spend at a store. My kids love the local dollar store. You should have been there the first time I set the loose to pick out something they thought I’d like. If you give your kids this opportunity, you’re sure to get a laugh out of seeing what they pick! More importantly, with very little investment, this activity will help them learn how to think about other people’s likes and preferences so they can become givers of thoughtful gifts.

Mom, your kids love you so much. They just don’t know how to express it. Set them up with them opportunities to show you.

#3: Make a Plan

In the days leading up to Mother’s Day, think about what you can do to make it a great day. Don’t let Mother’s Day just happen to you, make it happen for you!

Do you like spending time outside? Plan to visit a local park, beach, or gardens.

Do you enjoy being active and getting exercise? Make plans to take the kids with you for a walk or an easy hike.

Prefer relaxing and being still? Maybe rent a movie and watch it with popcorn and special snacks.

Whatever you like to do, consider how you can build time for it into your day.

If your kids don’t like your plan, remember this is an opportunity to teach them how to celebrate others on their special days. You put your own needs aside so often to make your kids happy, so take time on Mother’s Day to indulge in something that will make you feel happy and fulfilled. And remember: You’re not just doing this for yourself, but also to show your kids that moms deserve to do the things they like to do, too!

#4: Honor Your Feelings

Despite all your best efforts, Mother’s Day may still be difficult. Whether you face reminders of past holidays when a former relationship was intact or feelings of sadness when you see married friends celebrating with their spouses, you don’t have to pretend like everything is okay in your world. It’s important to honor your feelings, and know that it’s normal to feel hurt, lonely, sad, or angry. It just means you’re human!

Consider how best to honor those emotions as they come up. You might talk through them with a friend, write about them in a journal, or take a few quiet moments to pray and talk to God. These hurting feelings can offer powerful insights to help you heal and embrace your life as a single mom. They also offer clues to parts of your life experiences that you still may not have come to terms with.

Take time to recognize and honor any emotions that come up for you on Mother’s Day, and remember that, whatever you feel, it’s normal.

Mom, this year, instead of focusing on what you don’t have on Mother’s Day, take time to celebrate and honor what you do have–strength, courage, and the love of and for your children. Shepherd’s Village is here to pray with you and for you. You are never alone. If you need prayer or to talk to someone about the feelings you’re having about Mother’s Day, please fill out our Prayer Form or call our 24-Hour Prayer Line.

Happy Mother’s Day,

Another Single Mom &

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Mother’s Day Wishes for Cards: Moms!  You can’t say enough about your Mom – but still, sometimes, it would be nice to string words together to make her feel really special.

Pick and choose from this collection of messages and greetings to say on a Mother’s Day card. If its Mother’s Day messages you’re looking for, we got ’em in spades.

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Happy Mother’s Day Wishes

For all you’ve done, we should make every day Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day Mom!

Do you know how magnificent you are? Happy Mother’s Day!

Knowing that you are there for me through the good and the bad makes life a whole heck of a lot easier!

No one’s had a bigger influence on my life than you. Happy Mother’s Day!

I’m so proud to be your child. Happy Mother’s Day!

Mother’s Day Messages

Thanks for bringing me into this world and always seeing the best in me.

To the person who has done more for me than anyone in this world! Love you!

My amazing mother: I don’t know what I’d have done without you. Love always.

I got all my good qualities from you, Mom! Isn’t it lucky you had more than enough for both of us?

Thanks for being the greatest! (you can’t go wrong with Mother’s Day messages like this.)

You make home the happiest place to be – Love Ya!

To a great Mom who made every single day growing up special!

Raising me undoubtedly tested all of your parenting skills. You passed with flying colors! I love you Mom.

You gave me the gift of life so our gifts to you pale in comparison. Happy Mother’s Day.

With love from the luckiest (son/daughter) on the face of this earth.

See our Mother and Daughter Quotes and Sayings.

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From Daughter

A mother’s work is never done – but today, your deserve a rest. In fact, take the rest of the week off! Happy Mother’s Day!

You always put our needs first with a tender love. Happy Mother’s Day!

I feel so proud to have you as my mother.

You were and are the perfect mother!

Best Mother’s Day Wishes for today and always.

To the most caring, generous and loving mother. We love you.

When I think back of the sacrifices you made, you deserve a Mother’s Year!

Happy Mother’s Day. Every night I thank my lucky stars that you’re my Mom.

Wishing you a first class Mother’s Day – you deserve it.

Thanks for always giving your best!

We’ve shared so many things — but I don’t share with you enough how much I love you!

Any woman can be a mother, but it takes someone special to be called “Mom.” Mom, you’re the best!

You mean the world to me. With love always.

I should have listened to you, Mom, but I didn’t and now I really need your help- I made a face and it stuck that way. Happy Mother’s Day!

Tip: These Mother’s Day Wishes make great photo captions for Facebook and Instagram.

Funny Mother’s Day Card Messages

From Son #1 to Mother #1 – Happy Mother’s Day!

I’d made you breakfast in bed if you’d taught me how to cook.

I love how we don’t even have to say out loud that I’m your favorite child.

Thanks for bringing me up into a world where love can be expressed electronically.

Mom, on this Mother’s Day I want to apologize for everything I did growing up.

They say that as you grow older, you turn more and more into the type of person your parents are. Thank God you’re so AWESOME!

It’s that time of year and you’re still my mother. You’d think you’d have been promoted by now. Happy Mother’s Day

Just for Mother’s Day, I’d like to give you a big hug or a million dollars, whichever you prefer. BIG HUG – Do I know my mom, or what?

Mom, you know you’re more than welcome to come over to my place for dinner, but there’s one little problem- All the food I have needs to be cooked. Happy Mother’s Day.

Short Happy Mother’s Day Words of Love

A mother is a special part of all that’s cherished in the heart.

I love you, Mom, with all my heart

I am honored to be your son.

To the #1 Mom in the World!

I am so grateful and blessed to have a mom as wonderful as you

I’m so lucky to have you as my mom!

Sending you hugs and kisses!

Can’t wait to share a glass of wine together – until then, Happy Mother’s Day!

You deserve the very best! Happy Mom’s Day!

I’m still your little girl in so many ways – and for that, I’m thankful! Happy Mother’s Day!

Although I hope you already know, my love for you just grows and grows!

You make me feel so loved. Thanks Mom and Happy Mother’s Day!

You mean so much to me.

From Son

You set a great example for me.

You’ve taught me so much.

Your arms were always open when I needed a hug.

For a wonderful mother on Mother’s Day.

Happy Mother’s Day to the greatest Mom in the whole world!

I am so lucky to be your daughter.

You taught me all of the important lessons of life.

You’ re an amazing mom!

I love you mom more than words can say.

I can always count on you for everything.

It couldn’t have been easy to raise me, but you did it with style!

You’ve always been there for me. Thank you.

Mother’s Day Sayings

I want to thank you, Mother, for your patience your encouragement your strength your generosity your unswerving love and for those six little words that helped me through so many trying times-“Because I said so, that’s why.” Happy Mother’s Day!

For all you do and all you are to us – we love you.

A mother is a person who you can always rely on – day in and day out.

It takes someone special to be a wonderful wife, a magnificent mom, a fantastic friend, an incomparable companion, the perfect partner-someone like you! Happy Mother’s Day, with all my love.

Couldn’t have asked for a more perfect mother.

Lots of love to my favorite person in the world.

It’s no wonder that such a wonderful wife turned out to be such a wonderful mother too!

Love is not just candlelight dinners, sentimental poems, and bouquets of flowers. It’s also bandaging scraped knees, reading favorite stories over and over, and always being there to listen and encourage Love is all the things you do, every day, without fail, to make our house a home, our family a wonderful place to be. Happy Mother’s Day, With All My Love

May all the love you give to others come back to you on this special day.

What to write on a Mother’s Day Card

Mom, over the years, I’ve watched the wonderful ways you’ve made life special for our family the moments of love and laughter, the traditions and memories we’ll carry with us throughout our lives. But most of all, I’ve watched the way you’ve shown us the true meaning of love in everything you do.

My earliest memories of you, Mother, are the soft music of your voice as you comforted me to sleep, your tender touch on baby hands as you began a lifetime of gentle guidance. But my favorite memories of you, Mother, are the ones you are creating for me every day your unwavering support, your quiet concern, your selfless example of love. Happy Mother’s Day

On Mother’s Day, your children are supposed to cater to your every whim- Sort of goes against the natural order of things, doesn’t it?

May your day be filled with love and joy. I feel so blessed to have you as my Mom.

Only a mother can communicate love without saying a word. For the many unspoken ways that you share your love in our family, I hope you know that you’re loved and appreciated beyond measure.

Your Mom Knows Best

Thank you for being a great Mother and a good friend.

Your strength and love has guided me.

Whenever I think of integrity, love and generosity; I think of you. Happy Mother’s Day!

Thanks for being there when I need you the most and even when I didn’t.

You are precious to me in every way.

Thanks for giving me the best things in life: Your time, your care, and your love. Happy Mothers Day.

You are more than just a mom to me!

You loving caring ways have inspired me to be the best person I can be. Thank you with all my heart.

There aren’t enough words in any language to express how much I love you.

Thinking of you with love today and always. Happy Mother’s Day!

To my mother-who never sends me out into the cruel world without first wrapping me up in the warmth of her love.

Happy Mother’s Day Wishes to my favorite person in the universe.

To a mother in law who raised the most beautiful daughter in the world.

To my wife: As the years go by, I realize that it’s not just the children who are growing up. Our relationship is ever growing, too. I’m so lucky to share with you a love that grows stronger and more beautiful each day.

Wishing you a Happy Mother’s Day.

Mother’s Day Poems

by Robert Louis Stevenson

You too, my mother, read my rhymes
For love of unforgotten times,
And you may chance to hear once more
The little feet along the floor.

The Mother

by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Here I lean over you, small son, sleeping
Warm in my arms,
And I con to my heart all your dew-fresh charms,
As you lie close, close in my hungry hold,
Your hair like a miser’s dream of gold,
And the white rose of your face far fairer,
Finer, and rarer
Than all the flowers in the young year’s keeping;
Over lips half parted your low breath creeping
Is sweeter than violets in April grasses;
Though your eyes are fast shut I can see their blue,
Splendid and soft as starshine in heaven,
With all the joyance and wisdom given
From the many souls who have stanchly striven
Through the dead years to be strong and true.Those fine little feet in my worn hands holden
Where will they tread?
Valleys of shadow or heights dawn-red?
And those silken fingers, O, wee, white son,
What valorous deeds shall by them be done
In the future that yet so distant is seeming
To my fond dreaming?
What words all so musical and golden
With starry truth and poesy oldenShall those lips speak in the years on-coming?
O, child of mine, with waxen brow,
Surely your words of that dim tomorrow
Rapture and power and grace must borrow
From the poignant love and holy sorrow
Of the heart that shrines and cradles you now!Some bitter day you will love another,
To her will bear
Love-gifts and woo her – then must I share
You and your tenderness! Now you are mine
From your feet to your hair so golden and fine,
And your crumpled finger-tips – mine completely,
Wholly and sweetly;
Mine with kisses deep to smother,
No one so near to you now as your mother!
Others may hear your words of beauty,
But your precious silence is mine alone;
Here in my arms I have enrolled you,
Away from the grasping world I fold you,
Flesh of my flesh and bone of my bone!

The Song Of The Old Mother
by William Butler Yeats

I rise in the dawn, and I kneel and blow
Till the seed of the fire flicker and glow;
And then I must scrub and bake and sweep
Till stars are beginning to blink and peep;
And the young lie long and dream in their bed
Of the matching of ribbons for bosom and head,
And their day goes over in idleness,
And they sigh if the wind but lift a tress:
While I must work because I am old,
And the seed of the fire gets feeble and cold.

Mother’s Day Greetings

Here’s a Mother’s Day Message for you: I love you always.

The All-World award for best mothering goes to you Mom!

You are loved and appreciated more than you know.

To my mom, my best friend and my inspiration – Happy Mother’s Day!

I love you Mom. I know I don’t say it enough for all you’ve done for me.

You’ve always been there for us. We love you dearly.

Wishing you a beautiful Mother’s Day!

Wishing you the cheeriest, the merriest, and funniest, the brightest, best and sunniest of all days ever made!

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Mother’s Day is celebrated every year on the second Sunday of May. While you can, of course, express your love for your mom at anytime, dedicating a special day to this special lady does make her that little bit more special.

There are a host of gifts you can buy or make for your mother, but adding a personal touch to her day will no doubt make her smile. A great way to do so is to share a beautiful message or quote with her, which will tell her just how much she means to you. And, if you are looking for some ideas to help you with quotes, messages, wishes, sms texts and greeting cards for Mother’s Day, keep reading.

Here is our ultimate list of all the Mother’s day quotes, greetings, wishes, texts and more that you can use on Mother’s Day to tell your mom what she means to you:

  1. M-O-T-H-E-R:
    “M” is for the million things she gave me,
    “O” means only that she’s growing old,
    “T” is for the tears she shed to save me,
    “H” is for her heart of purest gold;
    “E” is for her eyes, with love-light shining,
    “R” means right, and right she’ll always be,
    Put them all together, they spell “MOTHER,”
    A word that means the world to me.

[ Read: Sayings On Mother ]

  1. A Mother’s Love:
    Your arms were always open when I needed a hug. Your heart understood when I needed a friend. Your gentle eyes were stern when I needed a lesson. Your strength and love has guided me and gave me wings to fly.


  1. Mothers hold their children’s hands for a short while, but their hearts forever.
  1. I believe in love at first sight, because I’ve been loving my mother since I opened my eyes.
  1. Mum,
    You may be treated like the maid,
    You may be treated like the gardener,
    You may be treated like the daycare,
    You may be treated like the chauffer,
    You may be treated like many things.
    But one thing is for sure,
    You will always be loved.
    For a fathers work may be from sun up till sundown,
    But a mothers work is never down.
    And all that I have, am, and hope to be, I owe to you,
    So this is for all the times I forgot to say THANK YOU!!
  1. A young boy said to his mother, ‘How old were you when I was born?’ His mother replied, ’23.’ ‘Wow, that’s a lot of time we missed spending together.’
  1. It takes some one really brave to be a mother, someone strong to raise a child and someone special to love someone more than herself.
  1. A mother’s work is never done.
    She works from morning until dawn.
    She spreads her love
    And keeps you warm
    But only once a year we say Mother, we wish you “Happy Mother’s Day”.
  1. I love you MOM
    No matter what we go through
    No matter how much we argue
    Because I know,
    At the end you’ll always be there for me
    Happy Mother’s Day!!
  1. You were always there for me if I was sick or had a bad dream,
    or needed help with my homework.
    Even now, you always make me feel loved and important
    Even when you have a million other things on your plate..!
    Happy Mother’s Day, and thank you Maa.
  1. Nothing is as special to me as you, mom
    Nothing is as precious to me as you, mom
    Nothing is as beautiful as your eyes mom
    Nothing is as filled with love as your heart mom
    Love you always.
    Happy Mother’s Day.
  1. Happy Mother’s Day to the most amazing mother anyone could ask for.
    Thank you for being patient and loving,
    Never being too busy or too tired
    And always being interested in what I have to say.
  1. Mentor, Organizer, Taxi driver, Handyman, Educator, Referee
    these don’t even begin to describe all the things a mother has to be.
    To me, you’re just the best mom ever.
    ** Happy Mother’s Day **
  1. “Mammy of my heart,
    I can’t even imagine what my life would be
    if I wouldn’t have you by my side,
    thank you for teaching me how to walk
    and guide me in every decision I make.
    I love you mom, happy Mother’s Day Momma.”
  1. “Without mothers, our society would be doomed. You are a great example of what it takes to keep the chaos organized.”
  1. “Oh, the comfort, the inexpressible comfort of feeling safe with a person, having neither to weigh thoughts nor measure words, but pouring them all out, just as they are, chaff and grain together, certain that a faithful hand will take and sift them, keep what is worth keeping, and with a breath of kindness blow the rest away.”
  1. “I love you mom, and am glad that God blessed me with such a caring mother. You went above and beyond the call of duty many times.”
  1. “Mom, you must have been hand-picked to be the right mom for me. I wouldn’t be the person I am today if it wasn’t for you.”
  1. “A mother is a person who seeing there are only four pieces of pie for five people, promptly announces she never did care for pie.”
  1. “Mom you are one of a kind, and I am glad I get to have you as my mom. I have learned much and felt loved by you.”
  1. “You have been the most supportive and generous person I have ever known. Thanks for having a huge heart and loving me.”
  1. “A mother’s heart is a patchwork of love.”
  1. “Mom, you have all the qualities that make a great mother, and your hard work makes you an even greater mom.”
  1. “A mom’s hug lasts long after she lets go.”
  1. “Who fed me from her gentle breast, and hushed me in her arms to rest, and on my cheek sweet kisses pressed? My Mother.”
  1. I’m so lucky to have you as my mother. I’m sure no one else would have put up with me this long. Happy Mother’s Day!
  1. You are valuable, because you are a one-of a kind, stupendous, amazing mom. Happy Mother’s Day.
  1. Don’t poets know it better than others? God can’t be always everywhere, and, so, invented Mothers.
  1. The heart of a mother is a deep abyss at the bottom of which you will always find forgiveness.
  1. For the best mom
    Who always had a smile for me
    I know we may be far apart right now
    So here’s a great big hug and kiss
    Happy Mother’s Day.

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  1. A mother is she who can take the place of all others, but whose place no one else can take.
  1. A mother’s love is patient and forgiving, when all others are forsaking, it never fails or falters, even though the heart is breaking.
  1. Dear mother, your intelligence and knowledge have shown us the way, and we are grateful for you as we live day by day. We don’t tell you how much important you are. Mom, in our world, you’re the brightest shining star.
  1. A mother loves right from the start, she holds her baby close to her heart. The bond that grows will never falter, her love is so strong it will never alter. A mother gives never-ending love, she never feels that she has given enough. For you she will always do her best, constantly working, there’s no time to rest. A mother is there when things go wrong, a hug and a kiss to help us along. Always there when we need her there, gently wipes our eyes when we shed a tear. So on this day mother I want to shower you with love, gifts and presents are nice but that is not enough. I want to give you a day to have your peace of mind, I promise to be gentle, be good, be helpful and be kind.

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  1. M is for the moments spent together, O is for the optimism you have, T is for your tenderness, H is for the happiness you bring, E is for your everlasting love, R is for the respect I have for you.
  1. Mother, to one who bears the sweetest name, and adds luster to the same. Long life to you, for there is no other, who can take your place, my dear mother.
  1. Dear mom, thank you for always being there for me. I should tell you how much I love you every single day, but I don’t. So here it is – I Love You Mom. Happy Mother’s Day.
  1. You have always been a giver, a heart so kind and true, so it isn’t any wonder, why your family truly loves you.
  1. I hope your day is perfect, I ask god to watch over you, keep you well and safe from harm, in everything you do. I love you ma.
  1. When I was young you helped me grow, and taught me all I had to know. Of love and trust and faith and hope, and everything it takes to cope. You may have thought I didn’t hear, or maybe that you weren’t clear. But all the things you taught to me, were heeded over carefully. And now I want to thank you for, your love, your care, and so much more. Happy Mother’s Day Ma.
  1. God made a wonderful mother, a mother who never grows old, he made her shine of the sunshine, and he molded her heart of pure gold. In her eyes he placed bright shining stars, in her cheeks fair roses you see. God made a wonderful mother, and he gave that dear mother to me.
  1. My mother, my friend so dear, throughout my life, you’re always near. A tender smile, to guide my way, you’re the sunshine to light my day. Happy Mother’s Day to you mom.
  1. Dear mommy, thank you for tucking me in, picking me up, and showing me how. Thank you for teaching me to do things on my own, and believing in me when I try. Thank you for hugging me and loving me and doing special things to make me happy.
  1. Who ran to help me when I fell? And would some pretty story tell? Or the kiss the place to make it well? My mother! How could I ever cease to be, affectionate and kind to thee, who was so kind to me? My mother!
  1. The only better thing than having you for my mom is my children having you for their grandma.
  1. When a little girl was asked where her home is, she replied, “Where my mother is.” Mother, you are my home. Happy Mother’s Day.
  1. Mom is such a special word, the loveliest I’ve ever heard. A toast to you, above all the rest, mom you’re so special, you are simply the best. Happy Mother’s Day.
  1. Mom, we may sometimes argue, we may have some faults, but I want you to know that, those won’t change my love for you. You will always be the best mom for me. I love you mom.
  1. Not always eye to eye, but always heart to heart. Mother, I love you.
  1. Thank you mom for always sharing your smiles, your hugs, your words of encouragement and for all the countless times you’ve been there for me. I love you mom.
  1. Wishing you song birds to welcome each morning, wishing you flowers to brighten each spring, wishing you laughter and sharing and caring, and all of the joy that each new day can bring. Happy Mother’s Day ma.
  1. Youth fades, love droops, the leaves of friendship fail. But a mother’s secret love outlives them all.
  1. If there was a day for everything you have given to me as a mother, it would be a Mother’s Day every day.
  1. Mom, this bouquet is for the hundred little things you do for us every day, and for the reason that no one can do what you do for us. You are appreciated not just today, but every single day. Happy Mother’s Day mom.
  1. The warmth and kindness of your heart makes you more beautiful year after year. Wishing you a very happy day today. A Happy Mother’s Day to the most special mom.
  1. Some kids are born lucky, they get to have the best kind of mom. And I am the luckiest of them all, coz you are my mom.
  1. I got all my good qualities from you mom. Isn’t it great that you had more than enough for the both of us?
  1. A mother’s love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity, it dares all things and crushes down remorselessly all that stands in its path.
  1. When you’re a child she walks before you to set an example. When you’re a teenager she walks behind you to catch you should you fall. When you’re an adult she walks beside you, so that as two friends you can enjoy life together.
  1. No one else will ever know the strength of my love for you. After all, you are the only one who knows what my heart sounds like from the inside.
  1. You just smile and we live. You just lay your hands to us and we couldn’t have enough. Thank you so much mommy.
  1. The bond between mothers and their children is one defined by love. As a mother’s prayers for her children are unending, so are the wisdom, grace and strength they provide to their children. Happy mother’s day mom.
  1. Your pretty smile, your kind eyes, your heart of gold and your healing touch; mother, you are no less than an angel to me. I love you. Happy mother’s day.
  1. Mom, for every time I have let you down, for every time I made you frown, I know it is too late for an apology, but still I want to say sorry. Like a fool I never realized the value of having a loving mother like you, I know you wanted me to be my best, I realize you wanted me to outshine the rest. I promise to be the best person I can be, I promise to be the winner you saw in me. It won’t go in vain, it won’t escape your eyes, I know you will be watching me from sun down to sun rise.

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  1. Mom, guess how much I love you. I love you more than marigolds love clean fresh cold water in a vase. More than blue furry blue socks love cold bare feet. More than a small library book loves the big library. Mom, I can’t tell you how much I love you, because the love I have for you will never end. Mom, let me just say that I love you.
  1. God sent me to the arms of an angel. An angel whose arms are always open when I need a hug, whose heart always understands when I need a friend. An angel whose eyes are stern when I need a lesson, whose strength and love guides me and give me wings that enable me to fly. I am most fortunate to call this angel my mother.
  1.  If I had a flower for each time I thought of you mother, I could walk in my garden forever.
  1. Love is blind because “My mother started loving me before seeing my face”
  1. Mom I just want to let u know that every day I thank God for blessing me with a mother like u and if I had one wish I would wish that everyone else would at least have a mom half as wonderful as u are. Ur not just my mom but my best friend and I love how u understand me and I can come to u for advice. Thank you for always being here for me, I appreciate all that u give me. I love you ma.
  1. I know I may not show all of my love for you, but Mom I love you so very much. I love you so much that when I hurt you just by not listening to you it makes me cry. I try really hard to do what you ask, but you just have to remember I’m not perfect. I don’t get everything right the first time. But trust me I sure try hard to. I also want to say thank you for bringing me into this world. Thank you for putting up with all my crap. Thank you so much for listening to all my problems. Thank you for letting me cry on you shoulder. I love you MOM.
  1. The one who gave me birth, the one who never let me stray, who loved me in an unconditional way, who taught me who to be, always took care of me. That’s you mom! Happy Mother’s Day!
  1. I want to thank you, tell you that I love you too, and want to be just like you, like the great mother you are, always my shining star. I love you mom.
  1. A mother is someone who will always protect you. Guide you. Forgive you. A mother is someone who is not human, but an angel.
  1. I luv u mom
    having u makes me feel safe & calm
    I miss u mom
    Missing touches 2 my face with ur chapped palm
    u r the greatest
    because u r my mom
  1. This is Mother’s day…
    A day to tell you how much you mean to me.
    But Mom… I don’t need any special occasion to tell you…
    How much I Love You.
    That’s b’coz I Love You each and every day!
  1. It’s Mom’s day n I am here to do my favorite activity of the day…Guess What???? Mmmmmm…. putting my arms round u ‘n givin’ u a tight sqqqqqquuueeeeezzzeee…. to say…..Mom u r the best!!!
  1. You made each of my growing up days a bud of joy!
    So on Mother’s Day just wanna hug you and say…
    Love you bunches!
  1. Hey Mom do u know what I think of you?
    I think you r Berry Berry Special…
    I’m the luckiest to have you as Mom
  1. Wishing you a day as beautiful as you are!
    Happy Mother’s Day!
  1. Definition of MOTHER…the greatest unconditional and infinite love we will ever experience in our existence…
  1. Mothers are like glue. Even when you can’t see them, they’re still holding the family together.
  1. Mom, you’ve held onto my hand for a while, but now I am growing up. But just remember, you will always hold on to my heart, forever. Forever there will be love.
  1. “There should be more than one day to celebrate the women who raised us.”
  1. “I may call her mom, but she’s the best blessing God ever bestowed on me.”
  1. Mother’s Day…the one day a year we try to pay our moms back for everything they’ve given us over a lifetime.
  1. Mother’s love is the fuel that enables a normal human being to do the impossible.
  1. There are people in this world who spend every day making important decisions, troubleshooting, refereeing fights, nursing egos, doing damage control, and multi-tasking. They are called mothers.
  1. Great mothers build bridges instead of walls.
  1. You are my role model and I can’t explain how much I love you…
  1. Children may outgrow your lap, but never your heart
  1. A Mother’s Love Is Something We Keep Locked Deep In Our Hearts, Always Knowing It Will Be There To Comfort Us…
  1. Sometimes you feel as if the world has given up on you, but the one person who remains standing through it all is ur mother
  1. There is no velvet so soft as a mother’s lap, no rose as lovely as her smile, no path so flowery as that imprinted with her footsteps.
  1. No language can express the power and beauty and heroism of a mother’s love.
  1. “I may not say it every minute…i may not utter it every hour…but in every beat of my heart, God knows, I LOVE YOU mom, no doubt.”
  1. …some do not believe in miracles…yet God created MOTHER’S…
  1. A mother understands what a child does not say.
  1. Having a crush is SWEET ! Falling in Luv is XCITING ! Having a Heart-break SHOCKS ! But having a sweet M0ther like you TOTALLY ROCKS.!!

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  1. The most powerful word…MOTHER… the first we will say and the last we will whisper.
  1. If a mother believes that her child will succeed, the child will succeed.

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