Mother's Day Love Letter

Mother's Day Love Letter

We know Mother’s Day can be hard for some of you…We want you to know that we love you and we see you.💛

For those who’ve dealt with loss, to those with complicated relationships to moms and motherhood, you deserve to be celebrated for how you have weathered whatever challenges in your relationship to All Things Mom.

So today, we’re sharing some love with you from caretakers (of all genders and backgrounds) across the globe. 

(mindful) art by Mari Andrew.

Interview with the Rasamamas 

You make wrong choices sometimes, and it's ok. No two people are the same and what works for one may not work for the other. It's said that it gets easier, but it doesn't, your acceptance level changes, and so do theirs.” - Veronica

From Rasa’s Grandmama Veronica, to Defne, our newest momma, we asked two of the madres on our team to reflect on the overlooked moments to the things they wished they knew before mamahood—and a few things in between.
Check Out the Interview

Reimagining Mother’s Day  

I believe Mother’s Day has been transforming for many of us, especially those of us who have lost our first relationship on the planet and do not have mothers.

This insightful article sheds light on what Mother's Day could look like in a more just and inclusive world. Read More Here


Renata De Figuereido Da Silva and her family in Brazil

A Portrait of Motherhood 
A few years back CNN gave families disposable cameras to document a day in the life of parents around the world. The memories captured are beautiful and illuminating. Scroll Through Portraits 

Not Your Mama’s Baby Booklist
Once that baby arrives, you have no choice but to jump right in and figure it out along the way. Luckily, there are a handful of resources that CEO & Founder Lopa recommends to help connect with the Good Enough Parent within. See the Full List

Celebrating Caregivers
Mommying comes in all shapes and sizes. These beautiful build-your-own cards are the perfect way to honor the caregiver in your life. Make Your Card

Artwork by Amir Khadar in collaboration with Black Alliance for Just Immigration