If your treasure is where your heart is, then Molly Weasley's treasure can be found in Bill's work, Charlie's passion, Percy's ambition, George's smile, Fred's laughter, Ron's appetite, and Ginny's dreams.
She is a mother, and nothing else will ever be more important to her than her children.
Even when Bill wears his hair long and pierces his ear.
Even when Charlie takes a dangerous job far away.
Even when Percy reminds them over and over again that he's a prefect.
Even when Fred and George pull yet another prank.
Even when Ron drives a flying car to school.
Even when Ginny forgets her parents' warnings and listens to a diary.
She can see past their faults. They will always be her children.
Even when Bill gets engaged to that Delacour girl.
Even when Charlie can't come home as often as she would like.
Even when Percy lectures about regulating cauldron thickness.
Even when Fred and George leave school before they graduate.
Even when Ron runs off to the ministry in a failed rescue attemp