Letters to Mom: 5 Emotional Sample Letters for a Loving Mother
Letters to Mom: 5 Emotional Sample Letters for a Loving Mother.
“When you are looking at your mom, you are looking at the purest love you will ever know,” the words of Charley Benetto.
Benetto’s words hold true in families especially for daughters who look up to their mothers as their role models. So, when trying to express your love as a daughter to your mom (on her birthday, on mother’s day, etc.), you may not know the right words to use, because your heart will always have so much to pass across.
Letters to Mom
Writing a letter to mom may be the best way to express how much you feel. A personal and emotional letter to tell your mom will show her how much she means to you.
These words on paper do not have to be too long or elaborate. Few words of appreciation can uplift your mom’s spirit.
Here are some short letters to your mom:
Many times I have wondered what I would do without you. And the answer remains, “nothing”. My life would have not been formed without you. My very existence is because you were here. I became the woman I am today because of how you were the woman who taught me about life and how I need to grow.
You did not just lay the foundation; you took me through a layer of blocks I was built on. And even when we had our time of crises, you forsook it all, looked me in the eyes, and still accepted me.
Every time you say “I love you”, you make me a better person. I love you more. Much more!
Thank you, mom!
My lovely mom,
Gratitude has always been in my heart for every second of your life. Those seconds cumulated into the great experience and life lived with you.
I would have been lost without you in my life, but you always held my hand even in the darkest moments of my life. And in those moments I closed the doors in your face and wanted you gone, thank you for staying back and seeing me to my recovery.
You are a vital part of my life and the reason why I am what I am. My heart will always be with you mom. I love you, so very much.
From your daughter.
I love you. I love you with all of my heart. If I rarely say those words, pardon me for being a coward.
No matter how much I say them, however, they can never quantify how much I have in my heart for you. Words can truly express my love and gratitude. But with this little, just know, I’ll forever love you.
Has motherhood been tough? I know there were many days I was a headache, disobedient, and nonchalant about whatever I did. In those times, did I break your heart? If ever it did, you had a good way of hiding it because you never let it show.
Reminiscing on those times, I’m ashamed of myself for being so insensitive. But I am glad and proud that I had you as my mother. I do not think anyone would have been able to condone me as you did.
I am sorry. Sorry for all the times I broke your heart. For the times I didn’t listen to your advice. Those times I was blinded by my naivety and now, I know you are the best.
Thank you for forgiving my mistakes and remaining my mother. You are my role model.
I love you dearly.
I am thankful that I have a great woman like my mother. You are a strong woman; a realist, a goal-getter, with an optimistic mindset about life. Growing and learning from you, taught me all I needed to know about life and framed me into the best version of myself.
You are the first woman in my life and the perfect representation of what a woman should be.
I promise to always make you proud, mom. You are always in my heart.