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10 lucky winners will receive the latest book from Marianne Vicelich; Mother, valued at $29.99!

Is there anything more transformative then having a child? Motherhood completely changes your world. Your own needs explode with the birth of your children, and suddenly you feel a sense of unconditional love, responsibility and purpose that you have never known before.

Mother by Marianne Vicelich documents and honours the profound human experience of becoming a mother in a selection of beautiful quotations depicting the thoughts and love of Motherhood. The hope is to capture the pure love and joy – to try to stop time in a series of emotions and show how this experience connects us all.

Mother is captivating, it’s the powerful stories and experiences behind each Mother that truly draws you in.

 

Marianna Vicelich is a highly acclaimed author, philanthropist, and entrepreneur.

The LA Times hailed her books as an “inspirational must-have”. Since the launch of her first book in 2008 she has sold her books internationally in Europe, UK, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and the USA

 

Her books merge empowering psychology with realistic and tangible verse.

Marianne teaches women of all ages the importance of self-love, forgiveness, fearlessness and courage. Her collection of books is available at fine boutiques and department stores around the world ranging from Selfridges to Bergdorf Goodman.

 

Mother by Marianne Vicelich / RRP: $29.99 / Stockist: Available online at Booktopia, Dymocks, Good Reads, Amazon and good book retailers.

 

For further information, please visit:

www.facebook.com/marianne.vicelich

www.instagram.com/mariannevicelich/

www.mariannevicelich.com/

Please note this competition is open from 27th April 2020 until 24th May 2020 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. S. Nastic - VIC
  2. D. Kitson - NSW
  3. A. Ellis - QLD
  4. S. Lia - VIC
  5. K. Vocisano - WA
  6. M. Chafer - NSW
  7. K. Villano - NSW
  8. P. Salmon - QLD
  9. J. Stevens - NSW
  10. L. Patterson - VIC
  • When I had my daughter. Completed our family and gave my beautiful son a sister to love!


  • Seeing my daughter graduate from high school and know that all the blood, sweat and tears from us both were worth it!


  • seeing my kids learn and grow


  • My 3 year old son, we took his trainer wheels off. He just cycled! No,practising, just rode off!


  • One of my proudest was when my twin girls (then 4) didn’t hesitate to help an elderly gentleman that dropped all his blueberries. Countless adults walked past completely ignoring his struggle :( was lovely that store staff noticed and rewarded my girls ❤️


  • When they come out with some advice to a friend and it echos what you’ve taught them. It makes me as proud as punch!


  • No one proudest moment but I think whenever I see my children so something like share, make someone laugh, be selfless and kind to people I’m the proudest,


  • When my baby started to walk and say Mumma and Dad Dad.


  • Giving birth naturally to twin boys 13 months after having a cesarean with my daughter .


  • Seeing my two children grow and thrive


  • My proudest moment I have many proud moments but one was being a mum and raising 3 beautiful children. These guys have changed my life


  • To be fair, I have to say I have two! My proudest Mumma moments were when I gave birth to my beautiful children. The love I felt when I looked at their little faces for the very first time was like nothing I had ever felt before.


  • If I am I because I am I, and you are you because you are you—then I am I and you are you. But if I am I because you are you, and you are you because I am I—then I am not I and you are not you.


  • My proudest moment as a mother would be seeing my daughter be so kind at the age of only 1. She shares and gives cuddles and is kind to everyone! It wasn’t something we knew could be taught so young but makes me so happy!


  • As Mothers, I’m sure we can all agree our kids make us proud most days, after all, they all have their days! But when I walk in and see my 4-year-old boy hugging or holding onto his 2-year-old sister my heart melts and all the wrongs in our day our put right again. The love they have for one another is precious and I am so proud to be their Mother.


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