My mum is a lovely person — she’s kind, fun to be with and very supportive. Se runs fast for a 61-year-old. She’s small – 5.2 ft – and clocks in at just over 100 lbs. She’s been a wonderful mum to me and is a fantastic grandma. My mom is about to turn 62 this year, so here’s 62 AND SHE IS AMAZING.

  1. You have always supported me.
  2. You are preceptive.
  3. You persists in prayer at all times.
  4. You keep it real.
  5. You have helped deter me from making bad decisions.
  6. You taught me to dance like no one is watching.
  7. You always find the good in people around you.
  8. You let me follow my dreams and always support everything I want to do.
  9. You cultivated a joyful environment when I was a kid.
  10. You taught me patience.
  11. You show me how to treat a .
  12. You taught me how to myself.
  13. You’re strong and taught me to for others.
  14. When life gets so stressful that I practically forget who I am, your always there to reminds me.
  15. You’re independent.
  16. You’re honest.
  17. You take my call no matter what.
  18. You make me laugh.
  19. You-always tried to give me honest answers to the hard questions.
  20. You’re humble.
  21. You’re selfless when it comes to your children.
  22. You exhibit steadfastness in the Word of .
  23. Your always my No. 1 fan. Ya!
  24. You work hard.
  25. You taught me compassion.
  26. You had to carry me around for like 9 months.
  27. You took me to church every week so would be a part of my live.
  28. You always believed in me.
  29. You are obedient to God.
  30. You make the lives of everyone you touch happier.
  31. You give me a kick in the ass when I need it.
  32. You-always made sure I knew I was loved.
  33. You have showed me how to be the best version of myself.
  34. You always pick me up when I’m down.
  35. You still wake up early just to warm up my breakfast when I visit you.
  36. You have a great taste in music and know how to get a party started.
  37. You have supported me when I didn’t know what I wanted for my future.
  38. You always call me to make sure I’m OK.
  39. You’re always thinking of what’s best for my future.
  40. You taught me humility.
  41. You’re intelligent and direct.
  42. You raised two amazing children.
  43. You let me choose my path in life.
  44. You take your responsibilities very seriously.
  45. You always tell me to be happy and look on the positive side.
  46. You have taught me the power of giving and receiving advice.
  47. You make amazing cakes.
  48. You find fascination in the little things.
  49. You call me silly nicknames.
  50. You give me love but also enough space.
  51. You listen to me when I have problems.
  52. You have shown me what it takes to make a good marriage work from experience.
  53. You embraces a of contentment.
  54. You gave me life and brought me into this world.
  55. You love me just the way I am.
  56. You love me unconditionally.
  57. You taught me to go above and beyond in my career and personnel endeavours.
  58. You trust in God and have kept the faith.
  59. You taught me how to preserve through the toughest of times.
  60. You always try to bring order to chaos in the family.
  61. You generally hold to what is right and are generous as well as lovely and kind.
  62. Most of all”¦ I love you for who you are and who you’ve helped me become”¦ you’re my role model, my and my . I love you more than life itself and would do anything for you! You’re the best Mom and deserve so much more than I can give you. Happy 62th Birthday!

My was crazy about .  And that unconditional love was expressed by helping us to engage in many, many shared, complex, and flexible activities that helped us learn, express ourselves, and play well with others.

Of course there are still many other reasons why our loving, caring, forgiving, and very supportive mothers deserve our love more.

So what are you for? Go and tell your mom how much you love her.

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  1. Ronald Thomas

    Who teaches the daughters? Her Mom so she can teach her children. All things are taught in life.