A Theory On Mothers

My Mom and I » Chicago, 2015.

My Mom and I » Chicago, 2015.

a short excerpt from littlefoolbook:

"I have this theory that if a mother could see herself from her child’s eyes, she’d never be self-conscious again. She’d never worry what her hair looked like, or the extra 5 pounds she was still carrying from her last pregnancy. She’d never feel insecure about the mole on her chin or the fact that she hasn’t showered in two days because there simply just hasn’t been time. If our eyes could be mirrors, and our mothers could look through them, there would be an entirely new wave of women: women who would walk a little taller, a little prouder, and women who would smile a little wider and laugh a little more often."  

Happy Mother's Day!

 

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