10 Beautiful Messages for Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day may only come around once a year, but here at Borne we know a mother works hard to support, protect and nurture her children every single day. From the little moments shared at home to the big celebrations enjoyed together, the maternal bond is always present. So today we would like to show you what motherhood means to our fantastic mums and their children with these 10 quotes from our Borne family.

1. When Motherhood is both hard and beautiful

Patricia  - Mother's Day.jpgMotherhood is a choice I make everyday, to put my boy’s happiness and well-being ahead of my own, to teach the hard lessons, to do the right thing even when I’m not sure what the right thing is…and to forgive myself, over and over again, for doing absolutely everything wrong. – Patricia

2. When your mum is your hero and life teacher

Bella  - Mother's Day.JPGMy mum taught me all about art, history and literature, ferried me and my brothers to various after-school activities all over London (karate, drama, Scouts, choir, and so on), and made things like camping holidays in torrential rain feel like the most fun ever. She did it whilst carving out a career as an artist and teacher, and is pretty much my all-time hero. Oh and she still makes me the best scrambled eggs on toast with a cup of tea when I’m feeling ill. – Bella

3. When being a mum is like a poemIda Photo.jpeg

The most beautiful word on the lips of mankind is the word “Mother,” and the most beautiful call is the call of “My mother.” -Kahlil Gibran

4. When the simplest truth comes from your childHetty - Mother's Day.JPG

I love Mamma because she is lovely and looks after our family… – Bee

5. When your Mum is simply the best person you know

Jenny - Mother's Day.jpg

My Dad once told me I was just like my mum, and I think it’s the best compliment he could have given me. My mum is strong, and beautiful and wise. She’s the life and soul of every party, the one dancing with her arms in the air. She tries tirelessly to do her best, and she cares fiercely about everyone around her. I want to be every bit like her. – Jenny

6. When your son considers you his worldNatasha  - Mother's Day.jpgI love you because you make me laugh and I play a lot with you. You also do so much just for me and sacrifice loads. You show me you care by making sure I have all that I need for school. You are the best supermom in the world my Mother Nature. – Natasha

7. When being a mum makes you one of the luckiest women on Earth

Clare and Tommy -  Mother's Day.jpg I saw a beautiful quote once that said, “You were born a little early, but now I get to love you for longer”. Mother’s Day for me is about really appreciating how special a child’s love is for their mummy, the joy of it, and how lucky I am to have it. – Clare

8.  When your mum makes you realise your potentialDee - Mother's Day.jpgFrom an early age and up until today my mum told me I could have it all, as a girl, as a woman and as a future mother: there is nothing too good, nothing too far, nothing too difficult for my sisters and I. – Dee

9. When your mum is a hero who does her best

Kerry  - Mother's Day.jpgI come from a family of matriarchs. My mother, aunties and grandmothers have all taught me the importance of love, strength and kindness, with my mum inspiring me for as long as I can remember. She’s shown me the world and encouraged me to enjoy it to its fullest. I tend to think of her as an invincible superhero with an answer to any problem, but I have to remember she’s a woman just trying to do her best for her family – though her best is pretty damn good. – Kerry

10. When you know she will always have your backGavin - Mother's Day.jpgMy mum is amazing because she is supportive, she is always, always there for me – Gavin


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