I appreciate my fellow moms.
I appreciate moms of older/adult children, and all the advice and help they give me.
I appreciate moms who do things a little differently than I do, and the prospective they provide.
I appreciate new moms and the moms-to-be, for reminding me of the wonder of motherhood.
I appreciate moms who are in the same season of life I am. Solidarity, sister.
I appreciate moms who work, whether by choice or by necessity. "Appreciate" really isn't the right word...I respect you guys, a lot. I also appreciate those who stay home. Either choice requires sacrifice and is really hard, in different ways (unless maybe you're a stay-at-home mom with a live-in, full-service nanny. In which case, I really respect your nanny, and I'm super jealous).
I appreciate moms who foster and/or adopt. That takes guts and love and patience, and is amazing.
I appreciate moms who have struggled with infertility, who don't have children or don't have enough children. The desire for a baby is powerfully strong, and to be denied is powerfully difficult.
I appreciate every mom I know. Without every one of you, I don't think I'd be the mom I am. So, thanks. You're the best.