She’s there pouring milk into your cereal bowl each morning as you fumble to the table not ready to wake for the day. She was up the night before folding your laundry or picking up your toys.

She’s the voice on the other line as you try to remember to check in at least once a week, or the very first person to answer when you don’t know where else to turn.

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