#T5W Mothers/Motherly Figures

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Molly Weasley- She has a clock in the living room of her house, the hands on the clock have photos of all nine of her children, plus her husband Arthur. The clock tells her where everyone in the family is. She not only looks after her own family, she looks after Harry as well and in my opinion, is another son to her. My favorite Molly Weasley mother moment had to be in the final battle of Hogwarts in the Deathly Hallows pt. 2 movie when she screams at Bellatrix “not my daughter you bitch.” She’s the ultimate fictional mother, plus she proved herself to be a bad ass when she killed Bellatrix.

Lily Potter- She gave her life to save her son, which in my opinion makes her one of the best fictional mothers out there. She truly loved her son, and did everything that she could to protect him.

Minerva McGonagall- People may be wondering why I have her on my list, however I have a very valid reason. Professor McGonagall was always looking after Harry, whether it was directly or indirectly. She didn’t give him any special treatment, yet she was protective of him. I feel that Professor McGongall, because Harry grew up without a mother was another mother figure to him, just like Molly Weasley.

Mrs. March- For those who have read Little Women, you know that Mrs. March is the voice of reason for the girls, she’s the one they always go to for advice about anything. She’s loving, strong and kind. She teaches the girls important life lessons, and tries her absolute hardest to keep things together in the time of the Civil War. It would have been difficult for me to leave her off of my list.

Susan Pevensie- While she isn’t really a mother, she is a mother figure to her younger siblings, especially when it comes to Narnia. Susan is extremely apprehensive about things, and feels that they shouldn’t be in Narnia at all. While Susan is motherly, she seems to forget that she is just a child like her siblings.

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