4 Responses to “to the mom who feels defeated”

  1. April 21, 2016

    Gianna Reply

    Today I sat in a counselor’s office waiting room with a former neighbor of mine. My son was at his appt and I was waiting for him. She on the other hand was 60 minutes early for her appt.
    It was divine intervention. Absolutely.
    We sat and got deep. Immediately. About motherhood.
    About how we don’t think we love them.
    But simply taking the next step for their well-being is loving them. Whether we feel like it or not.

    Thanks for this.

  2. April 25, 2016

    Andrew Burgess Reply

    Hi there,

    I found your blog after one of my friends shared it with me on Facebook and wanted to run a few things by you. I’m working on a wedding/event venue project, and I think it’s something you could definitely relate to. Let me know if you have a moment to discuss.



  3. June 8, 2016

    Jane Allen Reply

    I love this bit:

    “Not that everything was done perfectly. But that you tried. You gave. You loved. You mothered.”

    Yes, I did my best. It my not have turned out well but I still tried. I still showed up. I still love(d). I mothered. And, that’s the most important thing. Thanks for helping me through the day. Posts like this keep me inspired. They make me know I’m not alone.

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