What is the most rewarding part about being a mother?

  • Nicole says:
    Watching them grow up into young ladies and seeing that I am actually doing something right.

  • Francine says:
    When my boys come up to me and tell me they love me

  • Amanda says:
    When she does something new & looks at me with such a big smile on her face

  • Rachel says:
    getting to watch them grow up and see what kind of a person the become

  • Amanda says:
    when you get it right and get the results you want, makes all the other times you don't quite get it right OK...

  • Melissa says:
    Seeing them grow and develop.

  • patrice says:
    being able to spend time with him and his daddy can't. Watching him grow and learn something new erday.

  • Nicole says:
    Watching my son mature each year

  • shauna says:
    that we learn from each other , having them love me unconditional , having the trust we do in each others and hearing mommy I love you ....my children are the most preciuos rewards that life has given me ! seeing thier smiles everyday ...!

  • Aimee says:
    Seeing all of his firsts & being there when he needs me!

  • Anonymous says:
    watching them succeed in the things they do. Sports for instance.

  • Tarsha says:

  • Angela says:
    Unconditional love

  • Jessica says:
    Watching my daughter grow....

  • Victoria says:
    Having three little ones giggling and always wanting me!

  • Lory says:
    Having both my children ask me for advice in raising their children. It gives me great pride to know that I impart some wisdom that they feel is important.

  • Amanda says:
    every min is

  • Micaela says:

  • Anonymous says:
    All of it...Looking at what cooper and i created

  • Jenae says:
    When your baby smiles at you it's the greatest feeling in the world.

  • Laura says:
    Just seeing this next generation grow. Hoping that I've instilled enough love, self-worth, and confidence in my child that she will turn out better than her Mommy.

  • Anonymous says:
    having the feeling that you are needed

  • Kate says:
    watching them grow and learn and take in to world

  • Melissah says:
    Def kisses and cuddles!!

  • Jamie says:
    Knowing that they are going to make a mark in the world and that is in part to me

  • Melissa says:

  • Leah says:
    Having a lil minnie me that a can help learn and grow

  • Amy says:

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  • Pamela says:
    Having Grandkids LOL. Seeing your kids grow and have families of thier own. How do you count all the rewards they are endless. Each day is a blessing each day is a reward. I have had over 30 years of rewards.

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  • Melissa says:
    again... there are so many that I can't pinpoint just one. I love everything!!!

  • Anonymous says:
    Every time my children say I love you they smile at me !

  • Sarah says:
    Is when you get hugs from them nightly and my boys always forgive you and at the end of the day we always still love each other unconditionally ..

  • Deb says:
    Leading your children to Christ.

  • Desiree says:
    Hearing them brag to their friends of how awesome I am!

  • Carly says:
    seeing her smile and laugh.

  • Lisa says:
    Seeing my kids grow everyday, not to mention all the hugs and kisses along the way!

  • Sarah says:
    watching them reach a goal, even a little goal, watching how much they change everyday and realizing OMG THATS that little baby I was rocking yesterday.......o no.......it wasn't yesterday... that was 12 years ago!

  • Natasha says:
    Seeing how Jaiden is growing up & knowing that I have a hand in that.

  • Diana says:
    Everything! It's the best thing I ever did :) I love that my son is so loving and sweet with me, he truly showes me everyday how much he loves and needs me. I couldn't ask for more I know I am blessed.

  • Dominique says:
    When Phoebe says she loves me for no reason or when Africa crawls upto me and puts her arms out. Its the smallest things that mean the most.

  • Mary says:
    The hugs and kisses

  • melissa says:
    The night time hugs and kisses and the cards they make for no reason,just because.

  • Ashley says:
    having her smile at me

  • Angie says:
    all the hugs, kisses, I love yous, watching them grow and all that good stuff. It's awesome!

  • Paula says:
    when i see him growing up into a polite happy little boy and thinking, i made him!

  • Sarah says:
    Everything so far

  • Claire says:
    i love all it, but most when she laughs and burries her head in my shoulder when she gets excited.

  • lindsey says:
    watching them grow, knowing that they will love you no matter what... seeing them accomplish things

  • Bonita says:
    Seeing my son's face after a long day, seeing him smile, and hearing him laugh...

  • Ewa says:
    getting lots of cuddles, but everything in general.

  • Tanya says:
    Just experiencing motherhood!

  • Anonymous says:
    Seeing him smile or when he learns something new.

  • Kat says:
    The love my children have

  • Amanda says:
    knowing that i created this perfect little person and that everything i teach them molds them into the person they will be when they grow up.

  • Mel says:
    seeing them happy and healthy!

  • Anonymous says:
    Being remembered on Mother's day, means the world to me. It's not about gifts or glamor, just being remembered (cause it's been a long 27 years!) is enough.

  • Kaylia says:
    Being so proud of how smart & strong she is!

  • Michelle says:
    When my children just randomly give me a hug and say, "I love you!" Or when my 2yo says, "You're my sweet girl, Mama!"

  • Anonymous says:
    Seeing what respectful young men they have turned out to be and most of all not becoming statistics growing up in a town that is full of them.

  • Emma says:
    I love it when they figure somthing out on their own and are so proud of themselves. It is a moment of oh my gosh they are growing up and oh I must have done somthing right

  • Carie says:
    absolutely everything.

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  • Marie says:
    when ur kids say i love u mum, u know they mean it and alaways will!

  • Lisa says:
    All those "little" things, making a difference & lots more!

  • julie says:
    Watching her with her kids and seeing how much she loves them and being told she now understands why I drove her crazy all those years is because she knew I loved her and wanted the best for her.

  • Victoria says:
    Listening to people tell me how respectful they are,looking at the starights A's and B's on the report cards,going to a dance recital or basketball games..gosh everything !

  • Kisha says:
    Just that being a mother and everything it involves! The ups, downs, scary, exciting, all of it because its one more moment with Dayson

  • LaKisha says:
    Seeing my boys happy

  • Rebecca says:
    The unconditional love that you get from them

  • Tina says:
    everything but the best is being called mommy, and my youngest is the biggest momma's girl I love it!!

  • shanna says:
    being the one your kid needs and being called mommy also having a little one look up to you and watch what you do

  • Kelly says:
    Growing with your child. Gaining knowledge about what works with your child and what doesn't.

  • Amelia says:
    When they are polite and do what you have taught them with out having to remind them. When they smile. When they play together and not fight. When they wrap there little arms around your neck and tell you secrets.

  • Anonymous says:
    Watching them grow & learn how to do new things.

  • Wyona says:
    once you are a mother, you are always a mother, no matter what

  • Michelle says:
    being able to be proud of the young ladies that Wade and I are blessed to be raising---- they are so smart--WOW

  • Just says:
    Unconditional love

  • Anonymous says:
    When you see how the little things that we do mean so much to them.

  • crystal says:
    Everything. They teach you to love unconditinally!!!!

  • Cassie says:
    All of the little moments-hugs when I'm least expecting them and unconditional love. Watching their eyes light up when I walk into a room, playing with them and listening to Blaine read me stories, are jsut a few examples! It's mostly all rewarding! I love being a MOM!

  • Amber says:
    Seeing them be empathetic or kind. Knowing that you are part of these wonderful people.

  • Kristen says:
    The love and affection that you get at bed time, before you leave, when they get hurt or want something, or are trying to cheer you up

  • Charlie says:

  • Tonya says:
    it's still kind of surreal to me right now... i just feel so lucky to have such an awesome little girl she's wonderful! :) awww....

  • PAULA says:

  • Mari says:
    Watching them grow up into little people, watching their personalities come to life and their imaginations run wild

  • Anonymous says:
    Is when she smiles at you!

  • Anonymous says:
    The surprised looks on their faces, the smiles, watching them sleep, the hugs, kisses, and I love you's that I get, seeing how smart they've become.

  • clare says:
    the other day my daughter came and lay on my bed with me and said 'mummy im going to share my teddy with you cos you are my bestest friend' i almost cried. I love everything.

  • Jennifer says:
    i can't think of anything right now

  • Carol says:
    Seeing their beautiful faces when their asleep, very angelic!!!

  • Kita says:
    Raising my son to be a respectful person.

  • Emma says:
    smiles and being told that ur kids love u

  • Krystal says:
    When my little girl gives me a random hug and tells me she loves me.

  • Jordan says:
    Every single part of it.

  • Elz says:
    all of it i couldnt choose i just love it

  • Joanne says:

  • Jennifer says:

  • Kathryn says:
    everything is rewarding....i couldnt ask for anything more

  • Nadine says:
    Just loving unconditionally

  • Kirsten says:
    Watching them develop into caring and loving young men.

  • Elizabeth says:
    Watching him grow and seeing his developing personality

  • Savannah says:
    beautiful smiles

  • Anna says:
    having two beautiful girls that are your world and id do anything for

  • Amanda says:
    everything...his smile, laugh, feeding him, bathing him, even the poopie diapers.

  • stephanie says:
    seein my daughter grow into a lovely girl n seein all her firsts x

  • Judy says:
    To see what they have become and thier children

  • Carina says:
    The bond between us, all three of us. The amazement my husband and I have of ourselves as parents and creators of this child.

  • Carrie says:
    having their love

  • Nicole says:
    Seeing a smile on my kids face. Knowing they are happy and healthy is the most rewarding feeling ever

  • Cyndi says:
    Being entrusted with teaching him morals and values and giving him all the tools to be a good person and a strong man will bring me many rewards over our time together. Right now the most rewarding part is having people want to be around my child because of the sweet little soul that he is.

  • Leslie says:

  • Gail says:
    Having kids who will hopefully remember their childhood as being much more than just "happy".

  • Lauren says:
    Having someone to love unconditionally and never having a dull moment

  • donna says:
    having some1 2 love unconditionally

  • Sam says:
    i love everything bout bein a mum

  • Sonja says:
    Watching my kids out-smart other kids their age and knowing that I'm the reason they are so smart. And also just hearing them call me "Mommy", name I thought I'd never have.

  • Kym says:

  • Danielle says:
    the respect ya get bak from ur kids

  • Karen says:
    seeing my kids grow and learn. amazing what they absorbe

  • Jessica says:
    I think I already answered this.....

  • Jodie says:
    Knowing that she's learning almost everything she knows from you.

  • Amanda says:
    the same as the best part of being a mommy, and seeing the grow up and become even more smarter every day

  • Anonymous says:
    Seeing my sense of humor in my kids.

  • Jessica says:
    being able to love someone so much and knowing that they love u back just as much

  • Katie says:
    All of it. When my son comes up to me and tells me he loves me, or when he learns something new.

  • Jamie says:
    Knowing that they love you, and that they are safe, and happy

  • Tiffany says:
    Knowing that someone loves me so completely, with no real standards I have to keep to.

  • tamara says:
    knowing that he has all his trust in me .. :)

  • Kristen says:
    Just knowing how much that little boy loves me

  • Adana says:
    Seeing them feel happiness that I created.

  • carla says:
    just being around my kids and getting hugs and hearing "mom i love u"

  • Johanna says:
    You kind of already asked this.

  • Shanna says:
    The love

  • Adriana says:
    Besides the hugs and kisses......Watching him do and say all the things that I teach him.

  • Jaimie says:
    When I get compliments about how smart and well behaved my boys are!

  • Kelly says:
    Hopefully their success and happiness in life. If anything I just want them to know that they will always be loved regardless and that nothing they could ever do would change my love for them..... tear

  • Amie says:
    her smile, knowing how much she loves me and that it is unconditional

  • Cammy says:
    seeing the kids smile and laugh

  • Heather says:
    Watching them grow into their own person! And all the love only a child can give you!

  • Stephanie says:
    When the kids tell you that they love you. It seems to erase all the other stuff they did during the day.

  • Brandy says:
    the unconditional love between a parent and child. And being able to raise him and guide him through life.

  • Erin says:
    being able to have someone that you can care for other than a dog i love spending time with my son and husband all as a family. i just love it that i can say i have a family!

  • Anonymous says:
    The hugs, kisses and being loved.

  • Blayr says:
    seein my son grow

  • Anastacia says:
    The giggles, hugs and kisses.

  • audrey says:

  • Kristy says:
    absolutly everything just waking and seeing them there is great

  • Nikki says:
    Just seeing him grow and learn, when he gives me a big smile and kiss! Love it.

  • Samantha says:
    looking in her eyes any time i want

  • Anamaria says:
    watching them grow up and being there for them. motherhood makes u look on the real side of life.

  • Lucie says:
    Just being their mother.

  • Sam says:
    having the kids smile saying they love u

  • Jessie says:
    seeing your children smile at you the moment you walk through the door. It brightens even the crummiest days!

  • Charlene says:
    All of it

  • Liz says:
    his smile

  • Annalee says:
    the smiles and now the "mommas" i get from maddy...oh and the hugs

  • Rebecca says:
    Being called Mummy, being in control of what happens to my son and what he does

  • Jodie says:
    always being there

  • Lauren says:
    Seeing him smile and grow

  • Jennifer says:
    His smile and his laugh, it all still makes me so emotional

  • Jessica says:
    Isn't this basically the same question as #1?

  • Dawn says:
    Having a little one that is totally dependent on me. Watching her Daddy with her.

  • Rhonda says:
    Knowing that God has intrusted me with 3 of his most miraculous miracles

  • Debbie says:
    Knowing that at the end of the day all the frustration from the day is worth it!

  • nicky says:
    the love and hugs makes the world seem less crawl

  • Angela says:
    when they come running to you with a big hug and a snotty kiss :D

  • Tiffany says:
    What isnt rewarding.......

  • Amber says:
    its all rewarding!!!

  • stephanie says:
    seeing how independent my baby is

  • Racheal says:
    Watching your kids grow and shaping who they will become..getting compliments on how well they behave and knowing you did that!

  • Anonymous says:
    all the experiences good and bad. knowing your helping create this wonderful child into a wonderful adult

  • bexiie says:

  • michelle says:
    watching them grow into smart, fun, loving people

  • Becky says:
    hearing my son say i love you mommy

  • Liz says:
    Smiles from my happy girls

  • Anonymous says:
    making my child happy and seeing how she grows in all areas

  • Yvonne says:
    knowing that you are raising amazing individuals that will become amazing mothers and fathers

  • Anonymous says:
    Watching your kids grown into independent people and knowing you did the best you could raising them

  • Anonymous says:
    The way she looks at me.

  • Pamela says:
    bein there everyday for her watch her grow up way 2 fast

  • Angela says:
    They always make me feel better even after a rotten day. They always put a smile on my face.

  • Cindy says:
    the beautiful smiles that u get....in the morning...or just when they get ready to go to bed..... or just watching them sleep.....

  • Caroline says:
    They make me laugh, they show me appreciation by helping with the house chores. I love it! They drive me nuts at some times but I love it and wouldnt trade it for ANYTHING!!!

  • Becky says:
    The times I laugh so hard I pee or cry.

  • Ashley says:
    Being the mom... it's a tough job, but I'd much rather be paid in hugs and kiss over dollars and cents :)

  • Brittany says:
    just being a mother...need i say more?!

  • Anonymous says:
    Seeing the world anew through his eyes as he discovers new things.

  • Jennifer says:
    Seeing him discover so many new things.

  • donna says:

  • Alicia says:
    seeing him happy and smiling every day

  • Jonine says:
    Seeing your children grow up enough to take care of themselves and others and know that you've have a part in that.

  • Cecilia says:
    Her being happy and comfortable and seeing her grow and make good choices.

  • Cassandra says:
    lots of cuddles and kisses and seeing my kids smile and laughing everything is rewarding i think

  • Lisa says:
    didn't I answer this already? well spending time with them and getting to know them as the wonderful young men they are.

  • Kimberly says:
    Being able to be a mother and giving birth to a healthy baby.

  • Heather says:
    loving them & having them love you back

  • Ashley says:
    Seeing my little girl grow and learn new things.

  • Rhiannon says:
    knowing I'm shaping two future GOOD men

  • Morgan says:
    Watching my girls grow and learn.

  • Anonymous says:
    Every second of every day.

  • Melissa says:
    The overall experience and teaching them how to be now and in the future - definitely most rewarding, but also the most stressful.

  • Erica says:
    when they look at you and you know they love you.

  • Marcia says:
    having my 3 boys around me

  • Anonymous says:
    well thats kind of like question 2. so his little smile.

  • Stephanie says:
    watching my sons go from babies to young mens

  • Selina says:
    refer Q 2

  • Tina says:

  • Carla says:
    Watching them learn and grow.

  • Kylie says:
    to watch them having fun and to hear there laugh!

  • Hayley says:
    seeing them grow

  • elizabeth joy says:
    knowing you have given the world something wonderful

  • sue says:
    every thing it is so great the best is if you are lucky to have a 5 or so years between your kids thats when you realy enjoy them becauce when they are close in age you are so busy the year fly and you can't wait for then to grow but when you have a grap you notice every little thing and your are not as busy so thats the best

  • jamie says:
    seeing my kids grow smarter everyday and knowing that i have had a big part in how happy and healthy they are

  • Leanne says:

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  • Petra says:
    Seeing her growing.

  • Cathryn says:
    so far having a son who speaks his mind. and can say when he doesn't like something and isnt afraid to say it.

  • Chezronda says:
    all of it! everything about being a mom is rewarding!

  • Mariel says:
    they loved you no matter what and they do not judge you!

  • bobbie sue says:
    knowing tht you gotta keeping trucking for the kids sake

  • Tracey says:
    Watching my boys grow into responsible, polite, smart young men. We must be doing something right

  • Anonymous says:
    Watching them grow into thier own personalities.

  • Eboni says:
    All of it.

  • Stacy says:
    Watching him grow

  • Tameka says:
    everything except the tantrums

  • Jenni says:
    Know that my kids are loved and happy

  • Kristina says:
    watching them grow into their own little opinionated person n knowing I influence their actions

  • Roxanne says:
    seing my little boy happy

  • Kelly says:
    Knowing that ive done a good job and being able to make them happy

  • Johnnie says:
    Knowing that i have a part in teaching someone so little and intelligent

  • Brittany says:
    how much love you have for each other and watching her grow

  • Laura says:
    Knowing that you do everything you do for your kids. Seeing them happy & learning new things everyday.

  • Billie says:
    Being the one they ALWAYS turn to in good times and bad.

  • lisa says:
    Everything is rewarding.

  • Brandi says:

  • Bec says:
    knowing that we created this little person

  • Anonymous says:
    everything that comes with being a mum. its a very rewarding feeling when they make a little accomplishment like making a puzzle or drawing a picture.

  • Jen says:
    When Katie says "I love you Mummy" and "You're the best Mummy in the world"

  • Donna says:

  • Joanne says:
    watching them grow into individuals and their personlaities changing and forming constantly.

  • Lisa says:
    being loved and appricated

  • Gemma says:
    the love you feel the whole protectiopn you get over them

  • Gina says:
    The fact that she can love me right now unconditionally it mite change as a teenager but right now she just loves me sooooo much:)

  • Shari says:
    Watching them grow up and become amazing people.

  • Torrie says:
    knowing that I am raising her to my best and everyday to see the things she can do.

  • Whitney says:
    Being able to be around these little ones, watching them develop and being responsible for their well-being and happiness.

  • divakaleigh says:
    um, the kisses

  • Autumn says:
    watching her grow into a beautiful young lady

  • Katie says:
    The Smiles & The Unconditional Love <3

  • Tahnee says:
    Milesstones, smiles, snuggels, and the list goes on!

  • April says:
    Knowing that these little critters you gave birth to need you everyday. You are their world as much as they are yours. Seeing their smiles every time they walk into the room makes everything else in the world meaniless. Hearing their laughter and holding them in your arms makes you feel like the richest person on earth.

  • Charlene says:

  • Anonymous says:
    Seeing your children's achievements.

  • synni says:
    being the one they turn to for help. especially as they get older.

  • Lesley says:
    unconditional love and never being alone again.

  • Ashley says:
    wow so many things

  • Cherie says:
    Waking up to see her every morning, seeing her smile, her cuddles and kisses, when she tells me she loves me, the list goes on!

  • Becky says:
    Just being a mum

  • Amy says:

  • Kali-rae says:
    all of it.. that this lil person is ur reponsibility u have to care for them love them everything

  • Heather says:
    when Haylee wants me and no one else!

  • REBECCA says:

  • Tricia says:
    Unconditional Love

  • Chrystal says:
    watching my son grow and use the lessons Ive taught him.

  • Anonymous says:
    everyhing,seeing them smile when you give them something small..

  • Raylene says:
    that im there for them all the time and that i love them and they love me

  • Pamela says:
    all of it

  • Stephanie says:
    I'm not really sure I can narrow it down... but I guess for me the most rewarding is when she doesn't feel good, or she's upset and she comes up to my lap and says "mom" because she knows mommy will make it better

  • Kristi says:
    knowing that as much as you love your child you know they love you back just as much. and when i have a bad day i just look at my son and see his smile and it makes it all better.

  • Kim says:
    I love to see my kids grow and develop. I have one child who is a Jr. in high school getting ready for college and than my youngest is in 3rd grade learning how to do home work.

  • Crystal says:
    hearing your kids say i love you mom for no reason at all well sometimes...

  • Brittany says:

  • Aleasha says:
    watching them grow and them telling u they love you

  • Mary says:
    watchin them grow

  • Sian says:
    Her excited about seeing me in the morning :)

  • zoe says:

  • Ashley says:
    The most rewarding part about being a mother is teaching the kids something and then having them apply it in real life.

  • Anonymous says:
    Unconditional love n both sides

  • Candi says:
    I guess watching them grow and geting to share your love with them.

  • Annette says:
    Seeing my daughters developing day by day, into beautiful, healthy confident young women.

  • Heather says:

  • Shannon says:
    The unconditional love from him!

  • Becky says:
    Seeing their smiling faces and knowing they love you no matter what.

  • Karyn says:
    seeing her smile

  • Anonymous says:
    being there for every first. First time they open their eyes, first cry, first steps, every moment with them is rewarding.....even the bad stuff, you get rewarded with the knowledge to never do that again. lol

  • Erin says:
    It's rewarding knowing that we are providing a comfortable, safe place for a new human being. and that we are the ones giving him every opportunity possible for his future. And of course, seeing the most amazing thing I've ever seen- his smile.

  • Rachael says:
    seeing him grow up healthy and the smiles i get

  • stacey says:
    watching my kids faces light up when there daddy walks through the door after being at work all day

  • Erin says:
    Erverything, all the good and bad times, love every moment of it...

  • Jenny says:

  • Angel says:
    Just watching them grow and keeping them happy and healthy!!!

  • Brittany says:

  • Jean says:
    When they are babies, it is the adoring look they have for you. That goes away about the age of 2..lol..Then when they can talk, it is when they say "I love you, Mom" or "You are the best!". I love it!! :) Also, when I see my kids make right decisions. Then I know I am doing a great jb and I'm proud of them!!

  • Anonymous says:
    When I hear my daughter say "I love you" or gives me a big hug for no reason. I love the sound of her laughter when were giggling about something.

  • Jennifer says:
    Everything! The fact that Kamryn needs me so much is a bit overwhelming, but yet I love it! I love that she needs me and wants me in her life. It won't always be like that so I live it up while I can......

  • Carly says:
    Knowing that they are mine blows me away, what an amazing gift. Just having the opportunity to watch them become individuals with personalities of their own is so much fun.

  • Kristin says:
    having my kids

  • Amanda says:
    seeing my kids grow to become responsible happy adults :)

  • Karrin says:
    watching them successed.~ watching them grow~ just about everything expect for the puishment part but that also helps mold the to get good adults.

  • Courtney says:
    Watching all of the "firsts" and seeing them discover and learn new things every day.

  • Michelle says:
    Hearing my son say Momma I love you!

  • Amy says:
    Having a reason to care about whether or not you're going to get out of bed and live life

  • Kimberly says:
    the love you get in return

  • Hayley says:
    seeing him grow into a wonderful little person.

  • Kayla-Marie says:
    waking up to my baby girl beautiful smile.. how can ya gt cranky at that..

  • Lisa says:
    been there mom

  • Kari says:

  • Anonymous says:
    There is no single most rewarding thing about being a mother. It's all rewarding.

  • Gemma says:
    Having such a happy little boy

  • Nicola says:
    watching this beautiful creation grow and develop

  • Megan says:
    Seeing the smiles and laughter. Also just knowing that you are doing a good job, or when someone else tells you you are!

  • Lisa says:
    no matter how mad they get a lil whille later there back giving you big hugs and saying i love you mommy its the greates feeling in the world

  • Alisha says:
    Watching my kids develop in to smart little individuals!

  • Elisha says:
    Hugs and kisses

  • Shawna says:
    that i can call myself a mom

  • Robyn says:
    Knowing that someone needs you

  • Kristin says:

  • Jacqueline says:
    Watching them grow up and becoming a parent.

  • Hannah says:
    having my children to share in so many moments with..

  • Heidi says:
    Knowing that I created these wondeful individuals

  • Stephanie says:
    The love and pureness in their every being! Just the love and joy they always give and seeing them form into the men we are teaching them to be

  • Amanda says:
    Mainly the fact that I am my son's fortress. I am his super hero. He needs me when he's scared, hurt, upset, or just when he's ready to go to sleep and needs to be sang to or have stories read to him. I love being is source of comfort.

  • Gemma says:
    watching her reach each milestone and relizing that i created her and she came from me

  • Linda says:
    watching my kids learn and apply new things that I have taught them

  • Heather says:

  • julie says:
    hmm watching him grow and learn and his pride when he learns something and says "i did it all by mysef"

  • Tashala says:
    Watching them grow

  • Kelly says:
    getting to watch them grow up

  • Mariah says:
    How proud my boys are when they learn something new. I just love that look on their faces, and knowing that I helped put it there.

  • darla says:
    There are rewards? Like cents off of gas with my County Market rewards card?

  • Laura says:
    seeing your child's face & knowing you created something so precious.

  • Anonymous says:

  • Jennifer says:
    seeing my child playing and sharing it makes me feel like to taught him well

  • Beth says:
    Watching him grow into this smart little person!!!

  • Chantell says:
    knowing that your the only one that can provide the kind of love and happieness that your child needs and craves

  • Jeanie says:
    watching them grow and learn its amazing

  • Anonymous says:
    Creating another human that may do great things like maybe grand kids and a nice retirement home in florida!!! The best is just hearing momma for me!!!

  • Meghan says:
    when her big blue eyes look at me and she smiles!

  • Katie says:
    teaching a person responsiblity, values, love, and the ways of the world!

  • Laura says:
    Watching them grow and learn new things everyday that they didn't know the day before. Watching the excitement on their faces, how they love you no matter what, How they love each other no matter what.

  • naza says:
    when my kids achieved their goals

  • Jolene says:
    Watching my kids grow, learn, and shine brighter then I ever did.

  • Kerry says:
    Being told 'I Love You"

  • Katie says:
    Watching them grow up and realizing that they are wonderful, responsible, beautiful girls who I raised.

  • Marta says:
    Knowing that how she is turing out the way she is because of me, and she's good.

  • Katie says:
    Watching her grow and learn every day!! She is a miracle and is literally a part of me! I am so blessed!

  • patsy says:
    watching your kid grow and get smarter everyday

  • Nicole says:
    I love watching my kids discover new things and have new experiences. That's the best part for me knowing that I was responsible for bringing that little person into this world.

  • Courtney says:
    watching this little guy grow and how much hes a part of me

  • Nadia says:
    Experiencing something together that brings us both happiness and fond memories. Those times are what life is about and gives us the ability to appreciate more of the little things later in life that could be so easily taken for granted.

  • Melissa says:
    watching them grow and learn new things everyday. Also when people tell me how beautiful my kids are in the street.

  • Jessica says:
    Everything, having the uconditional love of another human being.

  • janet says:
    There love and forgivness,understanding.Growing into their person.

  • Lacey says:
    having him look me in the eyes and smile after crying, or fuss till i pick him up then he giggles.. just everything is rewarding..

  • Tijuana says:
    Just watching my miracle grow each and every day! I never thought I would get the chance to become a mother..I am thankful everyday!!

  • Anonymous says:
    I get to experience unconditional love at its finest. I have a best friend who is ALWAYS there no matter what. And, I have the chance to watch him grow from a little life inside of me to a young, respectable, intelligent young gentleman.

  • Jenny says:
    watching them grow and learn so quickly knowing you contributed to that

  • Crystal says:
    the love

  • Ericka says:
    Everything..kids are so rewarding

  • Jen says:
    Watching them grow and learn and just being good kids

  • Kirsty says:
    When Devaj tells me he loves me

  • Alyssa says:
    Knowing I am raising an amazing little boy who is going to do great things one day

  • Stefanie says:

  • Tiffany says:
    Being loved by my wonderful babies!!

  • Kym says:
    having that tiny baby placed on your tummy straight after birth ( instant bond)

  • Megan says:
    All of the I LOVE YOU MUM'S!

  • Nohblee says:
    the smiles u get that no one else would just because u have come back from a 10 min trip to the shops

  • Rachel says:
    Snuggles at bedtime and the never ending love

  • Karen says:
    When they see you come to pick them up and stop crying, how much they trust and love us

  • Janice says:
    Being proud of the adults they have become.

  • Emily says:
    Hearin i love u every nite b4 she goes 2 sleep.Or seein her smile & feelin her hugs/kisses whn ive been gone 4 a few hrs. [she'll run up & grab & say ive missed u mommy.]

  • Britney says:
    How they smile when they see me and how now that maliyah is getting mobile she will follow me around the whole house.

  • Susan says:
    watching them grow up happy and healthy, and seeing them interact with each other.

  • Sara says:
    seeing the joy of you in there eyes )

  • Christina says:
    The way my children look at me with all their love.

  • Melissa says:
    Every day that I come home from work.. Wyatt runs to the door and says "MOMMY COME ON IN! I MISSED YOU SOOO MUCH!" Followed by a great big smooch.

  • Anastasia says:
    Watching my children,grow each and everyday, oh and the hugs.

  • Megan says:
    I think everything is rewarding seeing the smile on there face and learning new things every day i love to see them grow and learn and having fun doing it!!!

  • Kristi says:
    when the boys tell me that they love me and cuddle up in my arms...even Danny!

  • Karen says:
    Seeing my son doing well at school, being polite Having a wonderful smiling faces from my babies

  • Amy says:
    Getting all the hugs and kisses. Knowing that I am the person who she feels the safest with.

  • Heidie says:
    Everything really... But I love watching him discover new things

  • Ashley says:
    EVERYTHING..Kind of the same question as #2!

  • alicia says:
    everyday i spend with my kid is the most rewardin

  • Julie says:

  • Angela says:
    when they mile at you and give u kisses

  • Michele says:
    Knowing that whenever they have something exciting they have dicovered, I am the first one they want to tell their stories to!

  • Lynn says:
    Hering my kids say I LOVE YOU MOMMA

  • Vanessa says:
    When they're playin and laughin and smilin. its precious. and when my oldest daughter says, "mommy i wuv ou'" lol

  • Crystal says:
    to have a purpose to have that Joy a baby brings family life style