Today I am going to go off the normal topics of dating, romance and finding the love of your life in tribute to Mother’s Day. I wish you could know the joy that I have of working side-by-side every day with one of the most wonderful women I know –
my mom, Jill Kelleher. For more than two decades she has dedicated her life to the bringing together of two hearts and the magical concept of finding “The One” and it has been a thrill and an inspiration to work with her.
Mother’s Day is celebrated the world-over from Ireland to India to New Zealand to Mexico and the U.S., and this great day of recognition and joy should last all year long.
At Kelleher International we want to extend a universal “thank you” to all of the Moms out there and let you know how much we appreciate your relentless dedication.
Some of our most fabulous female clients bring children with them to the Kelleher Family, and so I often get questions around this time of year from our men asking how to engage a new romance on Mother’s Day. It is a slightly peculiar holiday in that it centers less around the general gathering of family that might warmly welcome in new members, and instead is centered on a specific mother-child relationship. My advice at this time is very simple: offer to join her on this special day because you celebrate her as a mother which is an important part of your connection, but also offer up an out for her to decline your invitation. If she invites you along, participate in the celebration but be sure to allow the mother/child relationships to take center stage. And if she chooses instead to be alone with her children, accept graciously and don’t read any more into it than she is a wonderful woman who loves her children.
Happy Mother’s Day! We Love You!