Mothers, who stay at home with their children, don’t have it easy, since they have to care of their children’s safety along with many other everyday matters
Women are multi-taskers, they’re able to cook, supervise children, glance at a movie and talk over issues with their friends at the same time. This is a super power that’s useful to have when dealing with children. Because we know from what mothers say that most of the time they devote to children is to make sure they don’t hurt themselves or fall from a furniture. The rest is running around after them at the playground and trying to feed the baby something healthy.
These days can really stick it to you as every mother knows. A lot of strength is taken from seeing your child smile and the joy from watching them develop, but there’s no kidding yourself, motherhood is a duty that’s no joke. Fortunately, most mothers have a maternal instinct and know that these are just kids, who sometimes get upset and sometimes cry because they’re unhappy. The hard part is to find some balance and not to be driven crazy.
Of course, anyone can give you good advice on how you should raise children, what best to do when they’re sick, or what to feed them. But over time, it turns out that every child is different and not every universal piece of advice will have the same positive results. That is why every parent is faced with the challenge of raising their child somewhat alone and what’s important is that mothers are always right in many cases, even if we don’t want to listen to them sometimes.
Mother’s Day and Children’s Day are different, which is perfectly illustrated on the recording you’ll find on the next page. Every mom will agree with what she sees.