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  • May 08, 2023 3 min read

    Mums deserve to be appreciated on special days, such as birthdays and Mother's Day. However, why not make it a habit to show kindness to them every day?

    Our mothers are often the unsung heroes of our lives. They tirelessly work to support us.

    They help us become the best versions of ourselves. We owe them a lot. However, we may sometimes forget to show them just how much we appreciate them.

    So, one of the simplest and most effective ways to do that is by expressing our gratitude and love through kind words.

    Here are nine kind things you can say to your mum today and every day to make her feel valued and loved. 


    1. "I love you."

    These three little words mean so much. Saying "I love you" to your mum is a simple way to show her that she is important to you. These are the words she wants to hear most, you can write them in a card, tell her in a text or say them out loud. 


    2. "Thank you for everything you do for me."

    Mums often do so much for us, and it's easy to take their efforts for granted. Taking the time to say "thank you" for all that she does can mean the world to your mum. It shows her that her efforts are noticed and appreciated.


    3. "You inspire me."

    Mothers can be some of the most inspiring people in our lives. They have overcome challenges, shown us unconditional love, and set an example for us to follow. Letting your mum know that "she inspires" you can make her feel proud and appreciated. 


    4. "I'm glad you are my mum."

    Being a mum is no easy task, and sometimes mums might wonder if they're doing a good job. Telling your mum that you're glad to have her as your mum can help her feel special and valued. 


    5. "You are strong."

    Mothers are often the pillars of strength in our lives. They face challenges head-on, and they always seem to have the strength to keep going. Letting your mum know that "she is strong" and resilient can be a great way to boost her confidence and make her feel appreciated. These words will also feel seen. They acknowledge the hardship she has endured and the sacrifices she has made for her family. 


    6. "You always make me feel better."

    Mums have a way of making everything better. When we're feeling down or upset, they're always there to comfort us and make us feel better. Letting your mum know that she has this ability can help her feel valued and appreciated.


    7. "I'm proud of you."

    Mums are always telling their kids that they are proud of them. It is a great idea to tell her back. When you  tell your mum that you see how she works hard to achieve their goals, it will give her that extra pep she needs to keep going. It will  boost her confidence and show her that her efforts are noticed and appreciated.


    8. "You mean everything to me."

    Mums are often the glue that holds families together. They are the ones who keep everyone connected and make sure that everyone is taken care of. Letting your mum know that she means everything to you can be a powerful way to show her how much she is important.


    9. "You are the heart of our family."

    Mums are often the emotional centre of the family, keeping everyone connected and showing love and support. Letting your mum know that she is the heart of your family can help her feel appreciated for all the work she puts in to keep everyone together. It's a great way to show her how much you value her role in your family and how important she is to you.


    10. "I'm lucky to have you in my life."

    Mothers are a special gift, and we're lucky to have them in our lives. Letting your mum know that you feel lucky to have her can be a great way to show her how much she means to you.


    Remember, taking the time to say kind things to your mum can make a huge difference in her life. Whether it's her birthday, Mother's Day, or just an ordinary day, expressing your love and appreciation through kind words can help her feel valued and loved, today and every day.