Mums Diary

In Mums Diary

In Mums diary there is a mark next to the date for mother’s day. But for every special mum, should it be acceptable to reserve just one day to commemorate their hard work and love? Also written in mums diary are flowers and chocolates. If predictable is there any thought going into it? Gifts for mums should come from the heart, thus bringing an element of surprise and pleasure. Not just single parents find raising children a challenge but so do mums within a family. Not Just Single Parents In some respects they can work harder because they have dad to look after as well. A mums life involves pulling all the strings together to keep the family functioning. In frequent situations, a day begins with all the family relying on being stirred from sleep and having breakfast made and served. Children are taken to school along with their freshly packed lunches. And then mums day commences as she heads off for work. After the children are picked up from school and dad and the children are again fed, the housework begins. And if mum’s fortunate she’ll eat her meal while on the go. So in mums diary should it not read; I received a lovely present today, a big surprise and wonderful to feel appreciated.YouTube-Not Just Single Parents can Benefit

A Special Mum is Worth More

From the Encyclopaedia Britannica: “A festival derived from the custom of mother worship in ancient Greece. Formal mother worship, with ceremonies to Cybele, or Rhea, the Great Mother of the Gods, were performed on the Ides of March throughout Asia Minor.”- (1959), Vol, 15, p, 849. So is it a day put aside for a special mum or celebrating a Pagan god? Nowadays it appears to be big commercial reasons. It should be about respecting and love for your mother, not because of those other reasons. Gifts for mums should be because you want to, then they’re from the heart. An unexpected present says a lot more. So in mums diary it should say; I received a lovely present today, a big surprise and wonderful to feel appreciated. Not Just Single Parent Families


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