Our Favorite Stories About Our Moms
Dr. Bush: "Mom's know better. I remember when I fell in love and my mom did not like my boyfriend much. She tried to talk to me but I did not listen. After two years of tears and sadness, I realized that she was right. My mom has always been so helpful. When I had my two daughters, she was such a great guide and company during those times of inexperience and sleep deprivation."
Joanne: "Losing my mom was one of the hardest things I have been through so far in my life. Not a day goes by without thinking about her and how much I miss her. She was my best friend. My memories of her are so vivid, both happy and sad. I love you mom!"
Kala: "I remember my mom always being so strong, supportive, loving, and compassionate. She always has been a strong support system for me. We talk every single day. I truly do not know what I would do without her."
Sacha: "I can remember watching my mom in the mirror as a little girl as she put on her make up. I would admire her beauty and grace. I remember hoping that one day I would grow up to be as confident, graceful, and beautiful as she was. To this day, I still look at my mom with my five year old eyes... she still stands as beautiful, confident, and graceful as ever. My dearest mother, thank you for being my mom and best friend."
Sarah: "Many do not realize Dr. Bush's ambition. She is driven in all aspects of her life: work, home, and fun. My mom always strives to be the best so she does not hold back in any sort of competition. I remember as a little girl that we would race to the car in the parking lot. As any mother of a four year old, a mother would allow her child to win, but Dr. Bush is not any other mother. She would bolt to the car twenty paces ahead of me with her tongue sticking out her mouth. Once she would reach the car, she would bounce up and down as if she won the Olympic 500 meter! However, her ferocity in everything she does has taught me to always give my 110%."
Favorite Stories From The Moms On Our Team
Dr. Bush: "Having my girls has been the most amazing experience from the moment I got to hold them in my arms for the first time. Through taking them to kindergarten, elementary school, high school, recitals, gymnastics meets, proms, and graduation, I have become a proud mother of two wonderful, smart girls. I would do it again in a heart beat."
Joanne: "Being a mom is hard work, that is for sure! I love being a mom to my two children. They make me very proud. This year my son is in Africa so I will not get to see him, but I will be spending my mothers day with my lovely daughter at the pool. I feel very lucky to have such amazing children. Happy Mother's Day to all the moms and all the dads that are moms too!"
Kala: "I always say that being a mom is my greatest gift. Of course, some days are harder than others but my kids are my light. They always make me proud. I love them more than anything."
Sacha: "My favorite part of being a mom is watching them grow. Their accomplishments become your accomplishments. The sense of completeness that each one brings me on their own different way. blessed to have all three of my kiddos."
What Are Your Stories?
You’ve heard some of our favorite mom-related stories now, and we’d love to hear yours! What’s your favorite memory of your mom, and if you are a mom yourself, what’s your favorite memory of being a mom?
We hope all the moms out there are having a wonderful day!
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