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New mom asks people to share why they love their mothers and the responses are melting our hearts

Evie Taber shared in a video that she is on a mission to be a really good mom so she wanted to know from people online what their moms did for them.

New mom asks people to share why they love their mothers and the responses are melting our hearts
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @evie_taber

Being a new mom comes with its challenges but the experiences of other moms always help. In this case, it left a woman emotional as the internet rushed to share their experiences with good mothers as a response to her video. Evie Taber, who goes by @evie_taber on TikTok, shared that she is on a mission to be a really good mom. "So I wanted to ask TikTok, if you are an adult woman and you would say you love your mom, what were the things she did when you were a kid?" Taber asked in her video.

Image Source: TikTok | @evie_taber
Image Source: TikTok | @evie_taber

She continued, "What were the things she did or you did together, big or small?" She went on to say that women usually have a tough relationship with their moms despite everyone talking about father wounds more openly. "I think mother wounds are way more prevalent and potentially much more damaging," she explained. "So I'm very curious about those of you who speak highly of your mother and why is that?" the new mom asked. 

Image Source: TikToK | @evie_taber
Image Source: TikTok | @evie_taber

The video was captioned, "Women supporting women!" People had such beautiful experiences with their moms to share, which made many emotional. @cheapcorn commented about how her mother was someone she could trust. "She never shared anything I told her in private. I knew I could confide in her because that's where it stopped."

@hannahelizabeth273 revealed, "My mom is the best! Apologized if she lost her temper with me, had fun with me, danced in the kitchen, listened to me." had a similar experience, she shared, "No matter what I was interested in she would dive into it with me 110%. I always thought we just liked the same things but I realize now she intentionally made a big effort to support my hobby." 

Image Source: TikTok | @evie_taber
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Image Source: TikTok | @swimmergirl888

@scribbledbysophie spoke about how close she is to her mom, writing: "I am quite literally obsessed with my mom. One thing she did was lie down with us at night until we fell asleep. I remember being 15 and still asking her to lay with me so we could chat about the day." @natatorious shared the things her mom did for her. She wrote, "Lunch box notes, being proactive about mental health and therapy, fostering independence and autonomy while always making sure I knew she was there for support." @kristabarraclough commented, "She is literally just so kind to me. There is nothing I could say or do that wouldn’t be met with compassion and kindness. She would do anything for me and always made me feel like the top priority."

Image Source: TikTok | @alexcveazey
Image Source: TikTok | @alexcveazey

In another story, a new mom named Amanda Wells shared a compilation of people who showed up for her family after her child was born. The video is proof of how it does take a village to raise a child. The video was taken from the ring camera at the entrance of Wells' house. First, a man came with many bags of food, and then a woman arrived with a crate of water bottles for the woman. Next, a family came with gifts and after that, a woman arrived with adorable balloons for the kid. The camera also showed a man who removed snow from Wells' entryway. The heartwarming video showed how a community makes a big difference in a new mom's life. 

@honeyathome Cant thank them enough for coming together and helping us adjust to our new life as parents…and for all the food 😅#newborn #newbornlife #newparents #firsttimemom #village #sleepdeprived ♬ Little Life - Cordelia


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