Personally, I have a bit of a ‘thing’ about Mother’s Day because I think mums should be celebrated and honoured every day, but then again, I’d be lying if I didn’t enjoy the fuss and attention that is made of me on that day.
It also got me thinking about what being a mother means to me.
My life changed when I became a mother. I don’t just mean in terms of my to-do-list (which expanded by hundred-fold) but who I am. I make no bones that the most important people in my life are my children. I can’t help it. Although I love my husband and my own mother to bits, the love for my children is different.