For All the Moms Out There

Even though tomorrow is your day, every day should be your day. I don’t think men realize all the things that we do as Mother. We literally hold everything together.

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We are the ones our children come to for love and support.

We are the ones who make things happen.

We are the ones who lose sleep.

We are the ones who never give up.

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Being a mom is not easy. We are silent sufferers. We suffer when our babies hurt or are sick. We suffer when they do wrong. We suffer when there’s not enough to go around because we always make sure the children get what they need first. We suffer when the father of our children decides he doesn’t want to help. We suffer all this and don’t say a word because we don’t do it for ourselves. We do it for our babies.

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Mothers are strong. They are resilient. We love so hard it’s unbelievable. Never has a love been so strong as that between a mother and her child.

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Even through the hard parts there is a happiness that can never be found anywhere else. All the suffering is worth it because the joy a child brings is unmatched.

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Our children will never know all the things we did for them. They will never know how we worry, how we cry or how we push ourselves past exhaustion for them. They will never know how proud we are, how excited we get or how we rejoice over their accomplishments.

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Motherhood is the hardest, easiest thing I have ever done. I never knew that a love like this existed. I would always do it over again.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Mackenzie says:

    Happy Mother’s Day to you, Cadie ❤ ❤ Such a beautifully honest post about motherhood!

    Liked by 1 person

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