Yvette R. Ogletree
California; Diagnosed in 2003; Two daughters
The hardest part of being a mother is seeing your children sad, in pain or making a mistake. There are going to be times when a child is sad, and there is nothing you can do to console her. Seeing your little one with any scratch, bump or bruise only makes her stronger and more careful. Most mistakes your teen makes are going to teach her to do better in the future. As a mother it is always hard to see your child hurt, no matter what the circumstance or end results are.
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I am the mother of two little girls. Well, I guess at 19 & 22 years old, I should say young adults. I've loved teaching them new things, and watching them problem solve on their own. Every accomplishment and goal they've achieved has brought joy to my life. They've taught me as much as I've taught them and I'm forever grateful for that. I learned that there is no greater love than the love I have for my girls. It's unconditional, and the best part is that it's given back in return. There are millions of things that are wonderful about me being a mother. My children are the greatest gift that God could have ever given me. The best part of being a mother for me is seeing my two little girls grow into the beautiful, strong and magnificent women they are today.