Make motherhood count by sharing your experience in a single frame.
Humanity behind the lens
An image is worth a thousand words. And so is a motherhood experience that touched you or your family. Help us build the largest book made of real stories as they are told by you – mother, father, doctor, midwife, or friend. We are all storytellers with unique experiences that can help inspire, uplift, and educate others.
We want you to share a photo describing your experience on Facebook or Instagram. Write a short description and don’t forget to use #MakeMotherhoodCount.
Tell your story
Be one of 5,000 stories
from around the world
Be heard, inspire.
Change the world.
Story from Belgium
Hugo came extraordinary to life 9 years ago and brought his whole family on an extraordinary journey, rich of great people and experiences. We try to expect the unexpected but still get to face new challenges together nearly every day. We could have avoided it for him. How you enter to life may decide the rest of it and #makemotherhoodcount is definitely what should matter first to all of us.Continue reading
I have light, life, treasures 💖💖💫! You have my arms around you, to protect you. You motivate me, inspire me ...! I'm proud to feel overwhelmed, I walk with my head up, you make me feel kindness , so when I cross the street I tell to myself "you are a mother blessed with these two stars”. You, who give meaning to my life, my breathing, my everlasting joy!Continue reading
I expected to breeze through motherhood the second time around and, in a million little ways, it was much easier. This time I thought knew it all and did, it turns out, know a bit more than last time.Continue reading
Single mother, living together with 9 souls in one small room on top of a hill in rural Romania. She knows how to make tapestry, but she can't take a job because there's nobody else she can leave her children with.Continue reading
Becoming a mom has been amazing but also very stressful and terrifying sometimes, especially as an expat with no family nearby. Gina had serious jaundice and had 16 hours of light therapy. She had no appetite and lost a lot of weight.Continue reading
Post your story on Instagram
Let your lens carry you through motherhood’s high and lows – and allow your photos to live on as a helpful message for others. Let your #MakeMotherhoodCount images celebrate the many faces of motherhood and the lessons you’ve learned first-hand. Join us on Instagram to #MakeMotherhoodCount, one photo at a time.