What Do You Love About Your Mother?
This Mother’s Day, we’ve asked our Linden Staub girls what they love about their mother’s.
Ella – “She’s someone to always laugh with.”
Georgie – “I love my mum because she's like my best friend! We're constantly going out and spending time together when I'm not at work.”
Lotje – “She is a great mom, because we can talk about everything and she takes care of us well. She is such a strong woman. Plus, she’s an amazing cook.”
Brogan – “My mum is my protector, life coach, best friend and my favourite person to tell all the good and bad to. She also makes wonderful children."
Rossana – “I love my mum because she is the problem solver of my life. I can speak with her about everything. After doing that, I find (almost every time) the solution to my problems and everything seems much easier! Basically, I'm addicted to her!”
Kiana – “I love my mum because regardless of times when I'm stubborn, wrong or in a mood with her, the love she has for me never fluctuates. She embodies what it is to be a great mother and role model, and is also my number one supporter.”
Tsiu-Kim – “As a child, I loved her because she was my mum. Now I'm older, I love her because she's my confidante, my friend and my supporter. We're similar in so many ways and have the best time together.”
Lydia – “Mum gave up so much for me and my sisters, every day she is there for us no matter what mood we are in. Her work ethic never fails to amaze me and she is so determined in everything she does. She is crazy sometimes but I love her because of all this and more!”
Linnea - "I love my mum because she sacrificed so much to give me and my brothers everything we needed."
Yana - "I don't often speak with my mom, but I always know that she is by my side. And it keeps me warm in our cold country"
JP - "Even though we have very different personalities and disagree quite a lot she's always present. I know that she'll answer my calls if I'm far away in a different time zone. It doesn't matter if it's in the middle of the night and she's going to work after, she'll pick up the phone and listen anyway."