We Need Your Help For Mother’s Day
Posted April 17, 2014 by Prairie Wife - 8 comments
Hey readers! As you all know Mother’s Day is coming up. Texas Two Steppin’ and I were talking about what we wanted to do here at PrairieWifeInHeels.com to celebrate this special day. As a mother of four young children (and based on past Mother’s Day experience) I don’t have big plans just maybe a day of not changing any diapers. Texas Two Steppin’ is a stepmother to two adult children and talking to each other about what makes a mother really got us thinking. With adoption, divorce, remarriage, and the legalization of same sex marriage in many states, the shape of today’s family is changing and so is the definition of the word mother.
We wanted to ask you our readers What makes a mother?
Tell us in your own words what you think makes a mother, and then we would LOVE you to ask your kids. Please leave your answers in the comment section of this post, our Facebook page, Twitter, or e-mail us at email@example.com. Please leave us your name and age (you can give us an approximation for your own age 😉 ) as part of your comment and the name and age of your child along with their answer. Please know that we may be publishing your answer on our site, and consequently the whole internet world.
We can’t wait to see what you come up with.
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8 thoughts on "We Need Your Help For Mother’s Day"
Zach, age 10 says “Generally a female who takes care of you and tries to be as nice as they can to you.”
Lol hilarious thanks for sharing!
“She is a girl who takes care of her kids. She bosses everybody.”
~My Prairie Girl 🙂
Love it LOL!
Bri says ” a regular mom is just for taking care of a baby” .
Lol love it 🙂
Makenzie, age 15, says someone who is responsible and caring and who puts her kids before herself.
Becky, age 38, a mother uses gradual-release model in raising loving, responsible future adults.
OK so now I’m looking up the gradual-release model! 🙂