No words are enough to tell you how thankful I am to you for bringing me and my siblings the way we are today. I know that you had made lots of sacrifices for us just to give us the best gift that you can offer us – gift of education.
You are a disciplinarian before – which I resented in my younger days, but now that I am also a Mom too, I realize that you are just over protective of us.
You easily get angry when we are rowdy; perhaps you just got irritated because you were so dead tired from work before.
You would easily raise your voice, but now I realize that you are sick with hypertension and diabetes.
I would often see you restless because you had been deeply bothered by the tuition fee payment of all 4 of us. But then just like any wonder Mama, you made it with 4 college graduates and now professionals under your cap.
You would scare us to death with the hit of your belt every time that we have low grades and we fall beyond your expectations. But because of this my siblings and I pushed ourselves to be the best in our studies and in our every battle.
I almost hate you for being an iron lady, but now I realize that if not for your strong conviction and determination, we would not be the way we are now. Now that I am a Mom like you, I realize that you may show tough love but that does not mean that you love us less. You are tough because you need to be and for you feel that it is the best to do that time. I would never question your parenting style, though I just wish that you are more approachable as a Mom. We may have different parenting style, but we have the same goal for our kids to give them a good life and tons of love.
Mama, now that I am also a Mom like you, I realize that being a Mom is a tough job. Now that I am a Mom I appreciate you even more. I dearly love you and sincerely thank you for everything.