Remember when J. D Salinger wrote, “Mothers are all slightly insane”? And when N.K. Jemisin said, “She can be glorious or terrible, benevolent or filled with wrath, but she commands love either way”?
Motherhood is not a walk in the park, but a minefield. Our myopic vision often limits mothers and tries boxing them into cookie-cutter boxes. Thanks to popular culture, after years of being stereotyped by society, mothers are finally portrayed in all their chaotic yet fascinating glory.