Mommy Research Paper

Superior Essays
It’s amazing how people can accidentally come into your life and become someone you love dearly. That person becomes important to you whether they 're your best friend, your significant other, or even just a teacher. For me, my partner’s mother was that person. She’s important to me because from the first time I met her she didn’t hesitate to accept me into the family. There’s never a dull moment, or a mouth left unfed. She knows how to treat her kids, biological or not, like the adults they’re becoming. However, she 's always there for them when they need their mommy. I believe she’s someone that deserves to be recognized for her lifelong efforts on making the world a better place.

Lori Black, the mom of all moms, is a
…show more content…
She’s always taken the initiative to do something if someone is in trouble whether it 's animals or people. Her first goal for a career was to become a veterinary technician. She loves animals almost more than people and wanted to be able to help them in any way she possibly could. However, as she was doing her job shadow, she realized that she couldn’t handle being around such ill animals. That’s when she switched to become a surgical tech. and send her compassion towards …show more content…
They are all always willing to help, to make friends with the outcasts, and to be there when people are in need. There’s no wonder they make such family friends that become a part of the family quickly. Alex, a fiery redhead with a silly personality, has been a family friend for just about eight years. When asked about Lori she had nothing but good things to say. Alex tells me, “She’s always had a good balance between being a parent and being a friend.” She was someone Alex knew she could trust and love within moments of meeting her. She explains to me that they’d always be doing something when she went over to their house. It was always fun. Even if they were just watching movies or they were out finding ugly clothes at goodwill. She’s always felt a part of the family, as well as just about every friend that visits the Black

Related Documents

  • Improved Essays

    Caring for my RealCare Baby was exceedingly difficult. The RealCare Baby could not be soothed by your voice, like a real infant. The RealCare Baby did not have a regular routine like an infant would. With a real baby, you cannot feed it four times within 40 minutes. If someone does this, their baby will gain excess weight and could cause it future eating habits.…

    • 759 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    Mother Jones Thesis

    • 1011 Words
    • 5 Pages

    Mary Harris Jones (1830-1930) best known as “Mother Jones” a phenomenal matron for her generation. After the demise of her husband and four children to yellow fever and loss of her home in the Great Chicago Fires of 1871, Mary later immersed herself in the lives of others. “Mother Jones” became an outspoken voice of labor unions, but a labor organizer and advocate for child labor laws. Mary Harris Jones conceived in 1830 in Cork County, Ireland. At age five, Mary’s father immigrated his family to North America, fleeing starvation from an Irish potato famine.…

    • 1011 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Son Girl Research Paper

    • 87 Words
    • 1 Pages

    My name is Sonja and I'm a mother of one beautiful girl named Lucka (in translation Light). Before my daughter was born I was looking for a book to store all the baby milestones. As I work as a graphic designer I designed my own baby memory book. After showing the book to my beloved ones, they encouraged me to publish the design.…

    • 87 Words
    • 1 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Improved Essays

    She was a social worker and now owns her own private practice. She is an amazing woman. She cares, not only about the foster kids but also about the volunteers. She is well organized and does her best to work with schedules. She picks the art projects and finds the supplies for them, all on her own.…

    • 651 Words
    • 3 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    When thinking about what led her to this position, Brown remembers a turning point. “There are few careers working with animals. When there are, they don’t pay a lot. I finally reached a point where I said ‘You know, there're more important things than a paycheck.’ Brown has a true passion for helping others, either teaching them about proper pet care or about the services that the HSNT provides.…

    • 687 Words
    • 3 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    March 23, 1977 was the day my mom was born. She grew up in Baldwin County living in Daphne, Alabama. She grew up with two sisters, one whole which passed as an infant, and one brother. She was the middle child of the two and grew up a necessary good childhood. She graduated from Daphne High School but did not attend college because of getting pregnant at the age of eighteen with her first baby girl, Teneshia Coleman.…

    • 590 Words
    • 3 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    My mother is my whole world and has gone through so much to keep me by her side. I am the only family she has left as my father was separated from us when I was very young and my sisters have been sold off to other masters. My mother works as a house servant taking care of our master’s children; with…

    • 839 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    Jim Morrison once said “Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free” (Morrison). Motherhood is not something that I fear nor will ever. It is one of the best things that I am looking forward to in my future and will always look forward to. Since I am not being payed to be a mother money of the one that I will either have to rely on my future husband or have to work a part-time job to fit in with all my bills so then I may have all my wants and needs in my life be accomplished.…

    • 1224 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    Postpartum Research Paper

    • 823 Words
    • 4 Pages

    Early diagnosis of postpartum depression is very important because it has an effect on how an infant is progressed early on in life, but what is more important is it can also affect how that child grows emotionally later on in life. The health of an infant is determined by the work that parents put in, and a depressed mother is sometimes unable to provide what is needed. As a child grows they tend to mimic the emotions that they see and with a depressed mother those emotions can effect how that child develops. This is why it is essential to implement screenings for all mothers before leaving the hospital and also at their check-up visits. The key to correcting this problem is realizing that it is something that can affect any mother no matter…

    • 823 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    Teen Activism Examples

    • 938 Words
    • 4 Pages

    Teen Activism Most people don’t take action when something is wrong because they don’t think it’s their problem. If you saw something bad happening, the question is, would you step in? This essay will include teen activists, Malala Yousafzai, Alex Libby, and Faye Carey. These activists all worked hard to achieve their goal of helping their community or even making a difference in the world. Teen activists take a stand for what’s right after their experiences against their cause.…

    • 938 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    Adoption Narrative

    • 570 Words
    • 3 Pages

    It was a balmy ten o’clock on a Saturday morning in June; the thick air around the Humane Society smelled vaguely of livestock. Stepping into the air-conditioned chill of the shelter, I took a breath, signed in to the volunteer portal, and took my place at the front desk. On this particular day the first people waiting were an older couple, and my heart sank when I saw them. The husband had a bundle in his arms, something wrapped in an old comforter, and I had worked the front desk long enough to know what that meant. Sure enough, as they approached, the blanket shifted and I saw, as I knew I would, the white muzzle and emaciated face of a dog in the decrepit last stages of old age.…

    • 570 Words
    • 3 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    Baby X Research Paper

    • 689 Words
    • 3 Pages

    After reading the Baby X document as well as watching the TedX I really thought about how much my family’s lives have revolved around gender roles. Growing up I was raised as a normal female child would be. My mother had me playing with Barbie dolls, baking, playing dress up, and of course I loved the color pink as it was in most of the items of clothing I wear. My brothers on the other hand both grew up playing legos, and their room has always been painted blue. When we were younger they both were placed into sports such as lacrosse, basketball, and soccer; while I played tennis and did swim team, sports which seem daintier, definitely less contact involved.…

    • 689 Words
    • 3 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    A New Responsibility Taking on a new responsibility can be a terrifying experience. One of the scariest things I had to do is babysit my little brother, Matthew. I was always afraid of staying home with just my brother, but I knew it was something I would have to eventually do in the future. I also knew it would be nice to spend time with him. What I didn't know was that babysitting could help me and my brother get to know each other more.…

    • 542 Words
    • 3 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    There’s nothing more adorable than a happy baby contentedly smearing food on their face and everywhere else. Starting your baby on solid foods can be fun, playful, and messy! I love watching their faces when they try something new, something good or something bad. There are so many things to think about when starting solids, it can be overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be!…

    • 686 Words
    • 3 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    Although I grew up with an American influence in my household, my family and Vietnamese culture has encouraged me to attain greater aspirations for myself and to become a better influence for a younger generation. Growing up with a very predominant Vietnamese influence within my household impacted every aspect of my daily life, from how I was raised as a child to how I see the world currently. Many things played a role in shaping me, for example my family and culture. I was raised by a single mom giving me a different outlook. My mom taught me that no matter what happens in the course of life, I have to be able to count on myself; she raised me to be independent and to stand on my own two feet.…

    • 1019 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Improved Essays

Related Topics