Not all Mothers are biological or conventional, some are complicated. But one thing is for sure they’re all special and one day to celebrate them is definitely not enough.
Marina’s mum 🌸🌸🌸 working tirelessly with the NHS in Italy having to wear heavy masks on tired body - thank you again for all the photos sent in and some of the incredible stories that come with we are working through them all.
Elena’s mum in Spain 💛💛 the people in Madrid have been letting the NHS staff feel appreciated by going to the windows everyday knocking and clapping letting them feel how much they care 💛💛💛 will continue to share these over the next few days thank you so much
Salome’s mum 🧚🏼🧚🏼 who passed away two years ago felt right to have the whole family on this one 🧚🏼🧚🏼
Jess’s mum ⚡️⚡️has been stuck away whilst her granddaughter has been going through a horrendous complicated operation 🧚🏼🧚🏼
Jan Taylor’s older sister 💜💜 She’s been the main mother figure in my life for various reasons and I know she normally hates having her photo taken so I don’t have many with out her pulling a face 💚
Joan E Williams my grandmother 🐋🐋 potentially the hardest working woman we knew, still swimming in the sea and wore a bikini till the age of 88 👙 she set up a farm, she lost two sons, then worked with disabled children till her retirement and loved walking more then anything
Victoria’s mum 🌈🌈 We are born of love; Love is our mother.
Betty’s mum🐋🐋 My wife is currently in lockdown (as so many of us are) & a present from her adoring daughter Betty (with the assistance of one of her favourite artists Kristjana!) would be the most wonderful thing to cheer her up this mothering Sunday. Yours hopefully, Betty (& her dad Alex)🐋🐋
Elena’s mum 🧡🧡Born in Siberia and traveled to Uganda, a teacher, business woman, seamstress and a carer for disabled children. She has Parkinson’s and dementia now which sadly affects so many of us now and it has been heartbreaking not to see her beautiful smile. My lovely dad who is 90 visits her every day - true love xx