Moms are the ultimate multi-tasking persons and there will be no disagreements on that note. Apart from being a 24/7 house helper and a babysitter (for the stay-at-home ones), they are also serves as the cook, the nurse (for when your baby is sick), and surprisingly, the dietician.
On top of the endless sleepless nights preparing milk and changing diapers, mothers have to perform a multitude of other roles, too. And mind you, it simply never ends. The roles simply change titles and gets even challenging as the child grows. From being a babysitter, it changes into a teacher for the schooling-age little one, a confidante and adviser to her teenager, a yoga and meditation buddy to her budding Zen princess, an event organizer, taking care of all the party details including the food and party decorations, for her charming debutante.
The list actually goes on and on. And it will even be repeated once your child gets married and have their own baby too, but now as a grandmother. Apparently, moms are intentionally created that way. They are after all, the children’s keeper and would stop at nothing to be able to give them the best to ensure that they grow up to be happy and meet their full potentials.