I think even if I wrote a whole book on a mother’s undying love and kindness it’ll still be less. So, let’s not talk about the Superwoman tag, I mean common! We post pictures and quotes about our mothers on social media vomiting out words that we never say to them directly, like ever!
All they need is attention and love towards them as well, you don’t have to go overboard to show them that. Even a small gesture can bring a huge smile on their faces. I bet you when my mum smiles genuinely, I feel like a 6-inch subway can fit in her mouth easily sideways!
Teens are the hardest to control and mums got the most important job to keep their teens sane, here is a cute realization of a 19-year-old about how angelic her mum is and it’s melting people’s heart everywhere.
It’s never too late for anything as long as the feeling is genuine.
Do u ever just realize that your mom is a living breathing angel and feel really bad for being mean to her when you were 15
— Amelia (@AmeliaHoljencin) November 8, 2017
Amelia Holjencin is a 19-year-old girl who recently realized how lucky she feels to have an angelic mother that stays with her through any hardships. She recalls giving her a hard time by being mean to her as a 15-year-old.
The resemblance is uncanny and their bond is jealous worthy!
Like mother like daughter ?❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/WgmhbdFOpS
— Amelia (@AmeliaHoljencin) December 2, 2016
The mother-daughter duo is stronger than ever.
Amelia says, “My mom and I have always had a power struggle.I just hated when she would tell me ‘no’.”
I just wanted to share this w everyone pic.twitter.com/k03DUEXf9I
— Amelia (@AmeliaHoljencin) September 13, 2016
They are so cute and funny.
If anyone ever asks me why I’m so needy, I get it from her ? pic.twitter.com/1neDgk2W5f
— Amelia (@AmeliaHoljencin) December 28, 2015
After Amelia shared the tweets, people started posting their own versions and it’s beautiful.
Mom thank you for loving me when i was hard to love . https://t.co/rjazl7R7nw
— Jxurney (@Awildjourney_) November 9, 2017
Bruh my mom my whole backbone. It don’t make no sense how much she love me https://t.co/jZwExXMt1T
— Rex Scorpionem (@chocowess) November 8, 2017
All they need to know is, you love them too.
yes, I try to right my wrongs by telling her I love her often and buying her bath bombs in bulk. https://t.co/oD3a29FrV8
— Lilith (@Liberienne) November 9, 2017
I recently apologized to my mother for this and she was of course ridiculously receptive and understanding. It was incredibly healing 10/10 would recommend https://t.co/mFxTU4O8HQ
— patience the vulvarine (@payshhh) November 9, 2017
I don’t think I’ll ever get the idea around my head on how much a mother can love her child, it’s just something hard to explain. Maybe it will all be clear when we become a parent someday. Anyways, now I feel like I need to call her and tell her that I’m the hardest child to be with and I’m grateful that she always stood by my side.
S.N: The annoying phonecalls though!