Mother’s Day (video)

Mother’s Day in the UK was a while ago, but I saw this video on Facebook from the Today show and it made me cry. 

Mother’s Day message – Today
Everything has changed for us with the arrival of baby B, after many years of infertility, medical intervention and loss. This time last year I had just got my positive pregnancy test for B and I was so scared it was going to go the same way as our previous year’s pregnancy, little PB who was lost to miscarriage. 

For Mother’s Day here in the UK I posted this message on Facebook, with a picture of my mum with me and one of her with baby B.  

“It’s my 39th Mother’s Day as a daughter and my first as a mother. Heading to see my mum, who first met me when I was a few days old and has loved me ever since. She’s now [Grandma] to B but she’ll always be [Mum] to me. 

Both of us had a long and difficult journey to be a mother. Thinking of all the mothers out there today, especially the mothers without children and children without mothers. I promise not to take it for granted. ❤”

I hope for anyone who finds this day difficult that you know that we see you. And I hope that next year you’ll be celebrating Mother’s Day with happiness.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Such a beautiful post!! You are truly a wonderful person and clearly and amazing mother. ❤


    1. Nara says:

      Thank you. That’s very sweet of you to say. X

      Liked by 1 person

  2. gsmwc02 says:

    Let’s not forget everyone will become a mother and not forget those people. They are the ones who need the most support.


    1. Nara says:

      If you watched the video it’s aimed at those people – it includes people who have lost children, but also people who are infertile.


  3. Literally watched that and burst into tears xxx


  4. Hey you. When it comes to motherhood, you have have been through every variation of it. I love that you combine all the mothers you know in this post – including yourself. A special message. And a very happy (first!) Mother’s Day to you too!


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