Every mother has her day; it's known as Mother's Day. But you have more days than that. They all started back in November of 1989. You were holding your newborn daughter in your arms for the first time. You most likely were looking into her eyes and thinking of what she could become.
You could envision her as a doctor, a teacher, even a veterinarian. A few days later you took her home and showered her in love and compassion. You showed her all the things the world could offer. You let her know that you would always be there to protect her and listen to her. You showed her how to smile.
As she grew you helped her learn to tie her shoes and dress herself. You fit the role of mom perfectly. You gave her the gift of caring. Her first day of kindergarten you watched her through the glass window in the wooden door cause you didn't wanna leave her.
As time passed she started elementary school and the time you spent apart got longer. Instead of not seeing her for 3 hours you didn't see her for 6. You made sure that when she came home everyday you showed her how much you missed her. You always had an Oreo party with her once a week. And once a week there was movie night which consisted of horror movies then 'The Labyrinth" so that she wouldn't get nightmares.
Then she started High School and started branching out. The time came that your little girl didn't need you as much but still came back everyday to see her mom. And yes your little girl has started rebelling but again she comes back to you no matter what happens.
Then comes the day your little girl moves out. She'll call every night to see how you're doing and to tell you how her day went just like the old habit. One day she'll meet a man that she loves. And they'll get married. She'll cry with you before she goes for her honeymoon. She'll call you when she gets back and let you know that everything is ok.
You'll be the first person she tells when she learns she's gonna have a baby of her own. She'll come to you for advice during her pregnancy. Then the day will come that your little girl will be a mom and the cycle will start over again with her. And life will go on but she will always come back to you, her mom. The one person who always believed in her and her abilities. So this mother's day remember that no matter what happens between your little girl and you, she'll always be your little girl.
i wrote this for my mom for mother's day. this is all the things i can never say to her.