Do you remember your super heroes when you were young?
In cartoons or in reality
You have this adorable individual, a perfect ‘role-model’…an icon, a gem, a hero
Whose life is straight to the point; without any curves or bend
Many a times, we see our parents as our super heroes especially our mums
Gradually,we unconsciously try to replicate and emulate their lifestyles
But in reality, there is really nothing like being a super hero
Am I right?
There was this soap opera on TV
“The rich also cry”
It tells you that pain has no boundaries, irrespective of who you are
So it is with parenting/motherhood/fatherhood
We all look up sometimes for help…
Did I say sometimes?…most times I mean.
Naturally, women are born with “this” inner strength to handle all things
Women can multitask so well, and you wonder how they do it
They can be the cook, cleaner, hairdresser, baby sitter, fashionista…and many more at the same time
But excuse me…they are “called” weaker vessels
In multitasking, women get tired, fagged out and stressed too
Some may not say it loudly,but inwardly, they whisper for help
Some may not express it vividly but in reality, they scream for assistance…just so you can show to your child, niece/nephew or cousin that they have a SUPER HERO MUM
Kindly help to raise the hand and shoulders of our mums high by rendering ‘a little’ help to them…regularly and not occasionally