Unfortunately there were some misinterpretation and it started a mini-twitter-war on the correct definition of a mother.
I know there are different ways to become a mother (giving birth, adopting, marrying someone with children, etc). I became a mother when my baby was born (that is the perspective I am writing from as it is the only mother-experience I have). Being a mother, however, is much more than that in my opinion.
I was trying to make the point that all the every day things mentioned in the post makes you a mother and not just giving birth as the Oxford dictionary defines a mother.
Please see the comments on the post for further clarification.
What do you think makes a mother a mother?