This Mother’s Day, why not take some advice from three women who’ve been moms for a very, very long time?
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the holiday, Mashable sat down with three centenarians to discuss what motherhood means to them. The women reflect on the great parts of being a mom along with the hardest parts — like raising children during wartime.
“When you see your kid go away, and then you see the papers with the casualties,” Sadie Adler says. “It was shattering.”
Adler also offered the following advice to today’s parents: “Listen to your children and treat them as a grown-up.”
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