Another Easter Without My Daughter (Photography and Quote)

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“Another Easter without my daughter. I miss your giggles joy, and wonder on discovering all your Easter goodies in your basket. I miss making you bunny pancakes and seeing you bite off the ear with glee as the syrup trickles down to your chest. I miss dressing you in your special Easter dress, carefully chosen by us weeks before, and braiding your hair in ribbons and bows as we get ready for church. I miss you asking to borrow a touch of my perfume as you stand tall in front of the mirror admiring the little lady you are – all dressed up on Easter morning. I miss you and our special Easter days.”

Unstoppable Mothers © 2015

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I Miss Making You Laugh (Photography and Quote)

#2 What hurts you the most about not being in your child’s life

“I miss making you laugh,
kissing the top of your head.”

– Unstoppable Mothers, © 2014

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I Miss Helping Them Get Ready for School (Photography and Quote)

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#2. What hurts you the most about not being in your child’s life…

“I miss choosing what
clothes they wear
in the morning,
and helping them
get ready for school.”

Unstoppable Mothers © 2015

Superwoman by Alicia Keys (Inspiration, Music)

“For all the mothers fighting for better days to come…”

Alicia Keys is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, and actress. She was raised in the Hell’s Kitchen area of Manhattan, New York by a single mother, Terri Augello. Terri was a part-time actress who also worked as a paralegal. She worked two jobs, putting in long hours, but never wavered in her love and support of her daughter.

Terri worked hard to see that Alicia could achieve the big dreams she had for her life. Alicia went to music, gymnastics and dance classes while growing up.

Alicia says about her mother, “She raised me single-handedly. It was very hard for her, because she had to be superwoman. She had to work the job and support the daughter and also try to pursue her dreams. She’s my rock. I know she will be there no matter what.

Alicia appeared on The Cosby Show at age 4. She attended the Professional Performing Arts School at age 12, where she majored in choir and graduated at age 16 as class valedictorian. Alicia Keys has become a chart topping artist, affectionately dubbed the “Princess of Soul”. Alicia wrote a song for her mother titled “I Owe You”.

Alicia has also reunited with her father, and has mended their relationship.

Alicia Keys as a young child with mother, Teresa Augello
Alicia Keys as a young child with mother, Teresa Augello

Read more about Alicia’s career and the valuable lessons she learned from her mother at:
“Who Are Alicia Key’s Parents” :

 

I Stay Home Alone on Mother’s Day (Photography and Quote)

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#2. What hurts you the most about not being in your child’s life…

“What I miss most is the special mother daughter tea party
hosted by our favorite restaurant
on Mother’s Day.

Now my friends take their daughters
and I stay home
alone
on Mother’s Day.

I miss my angel
and our special time.”

Unstoppable Mothers © 2015

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I Miss Telling You I Love You: Photography and Quote

#2. What hurts you the most about not being in your child’s life…

“I Miss telling you, “I love you”  every day , so I say it into the wind and pray it touches your ears”

Unstoppable Mothers © 2015

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