Just from a personal level, above and beyond my absolute love and admiration for my children, one of the things I love most about being a mom is being appreciated for sharing the best part of myself. It’s not because I’m smart or did a lot of work, but because I have love and care and attention to share, and they need it and they know it and I know it.
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