Nurture & bloom this Mother's Day...
In some ways nothing embodies the term 'nurture' more than parents themselves. Nourishing their little ones with unconditional love, care and understanding for years, then watching in awe as their little one steadily grows and blooms into their own little self.
This Mother’s Day I’ve been reflecting on the ways my mother nurtured who I have become today. From as early as I can remember my mum encouraged my brother and I to see the wonder in everything – a talent that made her such an impactful teacher too. Every country walk, holiday excursion or even trip down the road was a learning opportunity. And I see her again, years later, playing this same role with my little one, Dot. Helping her grow and thrive at every possible opportunity.
In this way my mum nurtured the sense of curiosity and wonder that drove me into science in the first place, and played a huge role in who I have become – and still becoming. (She also gave me her cheek bones, for which I will be forever grateful!)
How did your mother help you bloom? Whether it’s the way you cook your signature bolognese, your outlook on life or the way you nurture your own little ones, we want to hear about it!
And if you share your story with us, you have the chance to win a fabulous Bloom and Wild bouquet especially for your mum.*
To be in with a chance of winning follow these simple steps:
1) Follow NURTURE on Instagram and Twitter.
2) Share what your mother did for you on your own social media by 10PM on Sunday 31st March 2019. Make sure you tag us and use hashtag #NurtureBaby so we receive your entry.
3) Our competition winner will be picked at random from those that follow the above format – and announced on our social channels during the week commencing Monday 1st April 2019.
4) We will then be in touch to organise a special bunch of flowers to be sent to your mum, delivered as an extra thank you after Mother’s Day.
There’s not long to enter – get sharing your stories!
*Full NURTURE Mother’s Day Competition terms and conditions can be found here.