Hi Aloud. friends,
This is the beautiful post we published last year for Mother’s Day and what a tribute it was to one of the most influencing person in our lives. This year, I have the immeasurable pleasure of adding myself to the list of mothers out there doing their very best to guide our precious children into adulthood. Take a moment to revisit this post, share it if you love it and have a great day on Sunday. With love, Laure.
Like mother, like daughter – My mother Jane and yours truly.
” I’ve got 3 photos (I couldn’t decide on one) and they are sequenced in time. With my paternal grandmother – She died less than a year ago (two below) and with my own mother and sister (above).” – Meeray.
“Here is a recent photo of my mother and I, Mali Moir, who is a Botanical, Scientific, Natural History Artist.” Lilli.
Rosa and Sam.
My Grandmother with her first Great Grandaughter 2011 mixed media collage and acrylic paint.
“My Grandmother, Graylin, whom my mother and I were very close to, passed away last year at age ninety. She was fortunate to have known her first great grandaughter, my sister’s baby Maya, the final year of her life.” – Erin.
My Grandmother, My Mother, and I, All at Age 30 2005 mixed media collage and acrylic paint 36″x48″ – Erin.
Zel & Annie.
Four generations: Catherine & her mother (above), Catherine & her daughter Agathe (below), Agathe & her son Ulysse (two below).
“Here is one last “mother painting” for you. It is called “Airport Nurse-In” 60×48, and was painted in response to a woman being kicked off an airplane for breastfeeding, and the ensuing protests…Since then, women have been kicked out of Starbucks, their photographs kicked off Facebook, as just two of many examples, for committing the obscene crime of nourishing their babies! I snuck in a portrait of my sister, Brie, in the far left of the painting, nursing her newborn, Maya… – Erin.
“This is me and my son Oaka. I took it for the organisation that myself and children support – “To Write Love On Her Arm’. A great organisation that brings about awareness and conversation about depression, suicide through hope and love.” – Simone.
Riley & Sarah.
Lee with Pia & Charlie.
“Would you expect anything else from me?” – Paula (interview coming up…) & Gerry.
Four generations of women: Mame (my paternal grandmother), Marie-So (my aunt), my cousin Claire and her daughter Alice.
Julie and her mother.
“Here I am with my mother Audrey in 1955 when she was a new mother. Today, she is an active, stylish 82 year old who volunteers for ORT, has a busy social life with my father and their friends, and enjoys spending time with her two children and four grandchildren.” – Jodi.
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