When my mother officially split up with my dad, she had to take care of three children. She had to be strong for her kids, so she never showed sadness in front of is, only an affectionate heart. She sacrificed hours of sleep (even though sometimes she’d come home after work and sleep) to provide for her three kids. She didn’t complain at all. She is always strong; in fact, this strength could be seen in her eyes. Someday I hope I can be as strong as my mom.
My mother’s strength has always been there for me in my time of need. We don’t have the normal scream-at-each-other relationships other mothers have with their daughters. We are very close; hence, I always tell her if something bad happens at school or anywhere else. When I’m in my room crying, she’ll bring my baby brother in the room and brighten my spirits (that’s when I tell her whats wrong). If my mom weren’t there for me, I don’t know what I’d do.
Being there for me is one of many things that makes her a wonderfull mom. She always goes out and gets dinner (to cook or sometimes takeout) after working hard all day. When she comes home, she’ll help the younger children with their homework and play with the baby while I help with everyday chores. She comes to all school events she can, and she always gets us to our doctor appointments on time. No doubt, she is a great mother because she’s had almost 16 years of motherhood.I hope someday I am as great of a mother as my mom.
My mom is the most admirable person in my life because she never gives up on us or herself. I hope someday I can be a good mother just like her....