This millennial computer and accounting professional discusses motherhood

“Motherhood to me means to take the responsibility to care for a being mentally and physically; to teach that being how take care of themselves and become independent. Most all to give them guidance, love, and all the other qualities that they would need to get through life”, says Magdalande Pierre

The young millennial (1991-2001) woman talks about the meaning of motherhood and the importance of responsibility in parenting.

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1 – What does ‘being a mom’ mean to you?

Motherhood to me means to take the responsibility to care for a being mentally and physically; to teach that being how take care of themselves and become independent. Most all to give them guidance, love, and all the other qualities that they would need to get through life.

2 – Do you think motherhood is outdated or should be reinvented?

Yes, I do think motherhood is outdated because there are some people who still feel that motherhood only applies to the person who gave birth. If we take for example kids that lost their mother at a young age, they could get that motherly from a stepmother, a family member, a teacher, and etc.… who is willing to because it’s not an easy job.

3 – Does your mom inspire you to have a family of your own some day?

Yes.

4 – As a parent, what would you change from the way your mom is dealing/ has dealt with motherhood?

I can’t really think of anything. I think my mom is great; she tries her best to take care of her children.

5 – What price would you put on your mom’s love?

I couldn’t put a price on my mom’s love; no amount of money can replace her.

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Magdalande’s Info:

Magdalande Pierre 
Chicago, Illinois
USA

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