Candace Cameron Bure celebrated Mother’s Day with her “twin” mama.
“We celebrated Mother’s Day early,” Candace Cameron Bure wrote on Instagram. “How cute is my mama?! I wish I could share her with all of you because you would be so blessed by her.”
In the first photo, Bure revealed that she made her “twin” by getting similar headbands. Her father even got in on the fun by donning his own animal print headband.
“I’m so blessed God chose you to be my mom,” she wrote. “I couldn’t have asked for a better one. You’re a Godly example, a warrior and the most loving, open-hearted woman I know.”
Candace Cameron Bure on Motherhood
Candace Cameron Bure herself is a mother to three children. She and her husband Valeri have 22-year-old Natasha, 21-year-old Lev, and 19-year-old Maksim.
Candace Cameron Bure admitted that fans of Full House often asked what she was up to post-sitcom. Her answer, being a mother and raising kids, didn’t satisfy some people.
“And it was like, they were always disappointed and which in turn made me feel even more like, oh my gosh, being a mom is… I’m ‘just’ a mom. Like this is not valued by society,” she explained.
Bure said that becoming a mother is the most selfless thing she could do and it changed her entire life for the better.
“Being a mom grows your character in so many ways,” she shared. “It matures you. I’ve loved seeing that in myself… I think the best parts of me when my kids just love me back, when they hug on me and want to be with me. It’s unbelievable. What’s not to love about being a mom?”
Candace Cameron Bure assured that being a parent is her biggest priority. She believes that her kids would describe her as a loving mom while also being strict. She is the type of mom who wants to meet the parents of her kids’ friends and who wants a text once they arrive at a location to make sure that they’re safe.
“We work hard to keep our communication open and talk through any situation,” she added. “I am always willing to listen. But, I don’t always say ‘yes.’ My goal as a parent is not to make my kids happy, but to guide them to be respectful, curious, responsible, resilient, kind, giving, and thoughtful adults.”