I'm no fan of Mother's Day, but I don't think I like this trendy word at all.
And look, they've linked it with the word cronehood! This word still carries an extremely negative connotation for me. (Thank you, Robin Hood...)
Not sure I like otherhood, either. And I quote: "There are a number of earlier citations that play on motherhood/otherhood, but use the latter to mean something closer to "being an outsider" rather than "being a non-mother." I always felt like an outsider and left out because I was not able to give birth. I really don't like a label that glorifies and/or amplifies the feeling.
Perhaps I don't fit any of these descriptions by the grace of adopting two older special needs children. Nevertheless, I think I prefer to be classified as a woman, a wife, a daughter, a sister and a human being. To heck with all the rest.