8 Awesome Movies About Becoming A Mom
Happy Mother’s Day, to all of our Hollywood Jesus moms out there. We wanted to share a list today that is all about moms. Today on our list we have 8 movies about becoming a mother. These movies show women becoming mothers in a number of different ways.
No matter how you become a mother, you are a mom through and through and this motherhood journey isn’t always easy. Moms, you are doing tough and at times completely overwhelming work. Don’t give up! The children you are pouring yourselves out for need you and you are making an eternal impact on their lives.
Sit back today and take some time to relax, recuperate and enjoy one of these movies. We hope you all feel loved and celebrated big time today. We couldn’t make it without our moms.
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Life as We Know It (2010)
After an accident takes the lives of their friends, Holly and Messer become legal guardians of their young daughter.
A girl gets pregnant in high school and faces challenges that teach her about growing up.
Where the Heart Is (2000)
Pregnant at 17, Novalee is worried about her future but after meeting a group of unlikely strangers, she and her daughter will have a new chance at life.
For Keeps (1988)
Darcy and Stan have college acceptance letters and are off to big things after high school. They learn they are pregnant and must fight to have the support of their family and friends as they prepare to raise their new child.
Raising Helen (2004)
Helen is far from wanting children of her own. But when a tragic accident occurs she becomes guardian to her sister’s children and must learn to grow up herself.
What to Expect When You’re Expecting (2012)
Follow along with the birth stories of a group of women and their husbands.
Baby Mama (2008)
A successful and determined businesswoman learns she cannot have children and chooses an unlikely quirky woman to be her surrogate.
Away We Go (2009)
Verona and Burt have moved closer to their family as they prepare for the birth of their child. Once they arrive they learn that family is moving away and they will have to learn to navigate this all on their own.
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