Candace Cameron Bure Reveals the Best and Worst Parts of Motherhood

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Candace Cameron Bure Reveals the Best and Worst Parts of Motherhood

By Movieguide® Contributor

Candace Cameron Bure just shared an emotional video about the best and worst parts of being a mother. 

The FULLER HOUSE actress posted a video made up of clips of her with her children — Natasha, 25, Lev, 24, and Maksim, 22. The video was soundtracked to a clip of Nicole Kidman talking about her own views of motherhood in a “73 Questions” interview for Vogue. 

“What’s the best part about being a mom?” the audio Bure edited over the videos asks. “Oh, everything. The love, the joy, the purpose.”

The audio continued, “What’s the hardest part about being a mom?”

“Knowing I won’t be here forever, so I won’t always be able to take care of her,” it concluded. 


Bure often talks about how important family is to her. 

“We are a very close family and no matter what’s on the schedule, we all stick together,” Bure said in a 2011 interview with PEOPLE. “We have dinner together just about every night and our weekends are all about having fun together. My time is so short with them and I know that when they start driving, it will start to change. But for now, I keep them close.”

Now that Bure’s children are adults, she’s thankful for the strong relationships she and husband Valeri Bure “cultivated” with them when they were young. 

“Now that they’re adults…now’s the time where you get to be friends with your kids,” she told Fox News. “And it’s pretty awesome, but it’s all in the foundation and the groundwork that we get to have this fruitful relationship as adults.”

Movieguide® previously reported on Bure’s commitment to instilling biblical values in her children:

Candace Cameron Bure believes it is up to parents to teach children biblical values—something she encourages them to do through their words and actions.

“We’re definitely in a time of a culture war, and I think the best thing that any of us can do as parents is to be consistent and that we actually walk out walk and we show it by example and not just talk the talk,” Bure told The Christian Post.

“It’s a lot easier said than done because those little eyes are always watching you. Mommy and daddy are the biggest examples in life, so they’re always watching to see what you’re going to do,” she continued. “If you as a parent can walk with consistency and back up your words with actions, that speaks volumes, and your children will know that; it doesn’t go unnoticed by them ever. That consistence through life will play out, I truly believe that.”

For Bure, one of the most important ways she taught her children the Bible was to surround them with it.

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