Mother’s Day Project

For the Hundredth Mother’s Day, we’ve interviewed 100 moms and drawn 1-minute portraits of each to find out what they really want. We usually give flowers, cards, brunches, but do we ever think outside the gift box and venture to give our moms the things they truly desire? Here are some answers. This is what really matters to moms. 

We dedicate this site to our moms #99 & #96. We will always love you.

Happy Mother’s Day!

EMENSE

99/100: “Continue to live a noble, happy life, on the path I set them forth on since birth. And, I ask them to surround themselves with other positive, loving people.”

99/100: “Continue to live a noble, happy life, on the path I set them forth on since birth. And, I ask them to surround themselves with other positive, loving people.”

96/100: “I want my daughter to be happy in her own way but I really hope she could settle down soon so I don’t worry about her all the time.”

96/100: “I want my daughter to be happy in her own way but I really hope she could settle down soon so I don’t worry about her all the time.”

94/100: “I want my kids to be successful and happy in whatever they choose to do.”

94/100: “I want my kids to be successful and happy in whatever they choose to do.”

93/100: “I want my son to always love me and think about me sometimes.”

93/100: “I want my son to always love me and think about me sometimes.”

92/100: “I almost said I was not a mom. I lost my son 3 years ago.”

92/100: “I almost said I was not a mom. I lost my son 3 years ago.”

88/100: “I guess a phone call is enough. They have their own families now.”

88/100: “I guess a phone call is enough. They have their own families now.”

89/100: “I would be very happy if they remember it’s a special day.”

89/100: “I would be very happy if they remember it’s a special day.”

87/100: “I wish I get to spend more time with my children than the nanny dose.”

87/100: “I wish I get to spend more time with my children than the nanny dose.”