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Museum of Motherhood

MamaBlogger365 – Speaking of Motherhood by Flavia Testa

Quotes from my daughter, who turned 13. Dedicated to all the Mothers, daughters and moms & kids who know that it’s far from perfect but it is beautiful!


Some people just don’t get us. (age 13)

You are me and I am you. When I was born you were born too. (age 10)

When I am a teenager, Mom, I won’t like you but I will still love you.(age 4)

Mom, you don’t get it.(age 12)


Mom, you are already doing enough and you don’t have to try to do more when you are already doing everything for us. (age 11)

You taught us what we need to know stop worrying.(age 9)

 

Foto series by Flavia Testa & daughter Naiobi

BIO: Born in Tehran, Iran Flavia Testa was a foundling of the Iranian Revolution. Her parents were diplomats for the UN. She has lived all over the world and has brought three masterpieces into the world her children, Naiobi, Linus & Uriah. She has done everything with her children, for her children and will continue to as long as possible. She believes that everything people do can be done with children especially.

Her art is interdisciplinary but always done with heart and mind.

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About M. Joy Rose

Woman, Mother, Human, Rocker, Educator, Activist Director; Museum of Motherhood President and Founder; MaMaPaLooZa Inc. a company by Women, Promoting (M)others for social, cultural and economic benefit. Dedicated to a more educated, more peaceful, more musical planet.

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