Advertisements

A Mother isn’t just a woman who gives birth. For many children, their mother covers many roles like teacher, caregiver and friend. So when the roles are reversed later in life, it’s important to keep those memories alive.

I think everyone needs to read this letter before their parents get too old. Read it below and share it with your friends and siblings

A letter written from an aging mother to her daughter:

“My dear girl, the day you see I’m getting old, I ask you to please be patient, but most of all, try to understand what I’m going through. If when we talk, I repeat the same thing a thousand times, don’t interrupt to say: ‘You said the same thing a minute ago.’ Just listen, please.

Try to remember the times when you were little and I would read the same story night after night until you would fall asleep. When I don’t want to take a bath, don’t be mad and don’t embarrass me. Remember when I had to run after you making excuses and trying to get you to take a shower when you were just a girl? When you see how ignorant I am when it comes to new technology, give me the time to learn and don’t look at me that way. Remember, honey, I patiently taught you how to do many things like eating appropriately, getting dressed, combing your hair, and dealing with life’s issues every day.

The day you see I’m getting old, I ask you to please be patient, but most of all, try to understand what I’m going through. If I occasionally lose track of what we’re talking about, give me the time to remember, and if I can’t, don’t be nervous, impatient, or arrogant. Just know in your heart that the most important thing for me is to be with you. And when my old, tired legs don’t let me move as quickly as before, give me your hand the same way that I offered mine to you when you first walked. When those days come, don’t feel sad—just be with me, and understand me while I get to the end of my life with love. I’ll cherish and thank you for the gift of time and joy we shared. With a big smile and the huge love I’ve always had for you, I just want to say, I love you, my darling daughter.”

If you were also touched by this letter, please share it as a tribute to parents everywhere!

Advertisements
You May Also Like

Simon rolls his eyes when little girl saying she is the next Celine Dion

Simon Cowell is hard to please, but 9-year- Celine wowed the judge…

Bullies make fun of a Down Syndrome cheerleader the basketball player stop everything to defend her

I don’t understand why some people enjoy bullying someone. Hurting and humiliating…

10-yr-old boy with autism stood to the crowd performing Michael Jackson’s classic cheering up the audience

From time to time, we’re reminded of just how amazingly unpredictable life…