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As this will be my 3rd mothers day since my mum passed how do others who also have lost theirs celebrate this

By Warren . Created on 09 May, 2019
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Robert said a week ago
Not a week goes by I miss my Mum, I lost her 11 years ago and it still feels like yesterday, tears streaming down my face trying to write this. Make sure you let your Mum know how much she means to you, Mothers Day can be tough.
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Sue said a week ago
I think of my late Mum's strengths and the legacy she left in moulding the mother I became. Say a big THANK YOU to your late Mum Warren - raise a glass to her and even if our mums weren't "ideal", I'm sure they did what they thought right at the time
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Leanne said a week ago
I celebrate the life and time that I did have with her (taken from us by a brain tumour 4yrs ago) and celebrate the life and time that I have with my daughter and being her mother.
nothing takes away the loss of not having her there and nothing prepares you for how much you will actually miss her when she is gone, so love her while you have her.
Leonie said a week ago
I used to celebrate with my daughter by having a drink at local park down road from her house. But now I don't celebrate at all, not even mine
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Katherine said a week ago
I lost my Mum about 10 months ago. She will be remembered on Mothers Day but onward and upward and celebrations with my sons is always well appreciated.
Suzanne said a week ago
My mum has long passed but we remember her little ways as we celebrate my daughter as a mum and me as a grandmother.She is not forgotten but remembered with the new generation celebrations.
Marion said a week ago
My mum passed in 1981 and was buried 23rd December which made it a very hard Christmas that year.. However, in saying that, every Christmas and Mothers Day we continue to Celebrate with those loved ones still here but we also Commemorate our loss. We talk about her and remember both good and bad things, because they are what made us who we are today.. Enjoy the day with loved ones, raise a glass to your mum, talk a...
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Silvana said a week ago
My mother passed away in 2014 and it was the biggest hole I ever had in my heart that I can recall in all my lifetime. She was an amazing woman who was loved by all and the most caring and loving person I have ever met. She was Italian by birth and came to this country speaking no english. She didn't go to school here but was always able to communicate with everyone at their level. I remember one story that bas...
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