Between juggling family commitments, household tasks and work responsibilities on a daily basis, it's no surprise the vast majority of us mums sometimes worry that we simply don't measure up, right?

Well, one mum who need no longer worry on that front has spoken of her shock at receiving an anonymous card which paid tribute to the wonderful job she does as a mum-of-three.

Sarah Bartlett, of Sidcup South London, admitted she was gobsmacked when she opened a card which contained a very touching note alongside a cool £100!
 


The 37-year-old, who is mum to 17-year-old Holly, 10-year-old Ben and five-year-old Georgia, could barely contain her shock when she read the words written by one very thoughtful, and not to mention, generous fellow mother.

"Darling Sarah, from another mummy who has noticed that you do an amazing job, enjoy the enclosed, for you. Be blessed " they wrote in a card which Sarah, according to The Sun, initially mistook for a belated birthday post.
 


Reflecting on the moment she realised her hard work had been acknowledged by another mother, Sarah admitted: "When I opened it, I started to cry with happiness. I am just so grateful and cannot thank them enough."

While undeniably appreciative of the enclosed cash, Sarah admits their kind words mean more to her, saying: "It’s not all about the money, it’s the gesture which made me feel so incredibly happy. It made my week."

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