My mum is the most amazing person I know. If you'd asked me to write about her 5 years ago, I'd say she's annoying, a pain in the butt, etc. But now that I'm 22, the way I see my mum has completely changed. As I've gotten older I've really started to appreciate my mum more, funny how that happens, you move 100+ miles away and you realise how much you miss your mum.
I wasn't the greatest teenager to get along with. Mum and I had many disagreements with one another, which typically resulted in me crying, stomping away, slamming doors, rolling my eyes or clicking my tongue in some form or another.
|Me as a baby and my mum|
Now, she's my best friend. I really can't imagine a week going by without talking to her, let alone one or two days. We typically spend at least one day a week together shopping, going for lunch or chatting.
Now that I have a daughter of my own I love my mum even more, and I think if it's possible she will be an even better grandmother than she was as a mum. I think our relationship has changed even more since Amelia has arrived.
|My mum burping Amelia|
We are truly lucky to have her in our lives!