Amanda Kloots will focus on her son on her first mother’s day as a widow.
The 39-year-old television personality tragically lost her husband Nick Cordero to COVID-19 complications last year. To celebrate her first Mother Sunday without him, she plans a day full of love.
Talking to her son about talking about her Mother’s Day plans, she shared, “I want to focus on him because if you stagnate on such vacations, you can start feeling sorry for yourself. It will be a day of love, Happiness and activity. “
Meanwhile, Amanda announced that she still cries every day after Nick’s death.
She said, “A lot of people have said to me, ‘It’ll be easier and time will help,’ and I don’t know if I’ve found this yet. I still cry every day. The pain grows … I think it will easier because you learn tools to help yourself, and at first you don’t know those tools.
“With Elvis, there are so many things he does or there are times in life when you just wish your person was there to celebrate. I think it’s harder there because you are your person so much miss.”
Amanda received her COVID-19 vaccine back in February.
She wrote: “I went to a construction site and waited in my car until all appointments were over, hoping they had extra vaccines. I was fully prepared to be turned away but they said they had enough tonight for all who wait. I can’t. ” Tell yourself how emotional I was and still am. I’ve been scared ever since Nick died as a single mother who caught this virus, and now I’m one step closer. “