But it is hard work, people. Really, really, hard work. Like 24/7/365 kind of hard work. ‘Cause even when my kids and me (who are all teens right now) are not together I’m still “mother”. I think like a mother and feel like a mother all the time. I’m pretty sure that will never change—and I wouldn’t change it if I could.
I also love being a mother in this day and time. There are many days when talking to or being with other women/mothers isn’t an option and I can sit down at my computer and be encouraged by those who write online. They make me laugh and cry and cherish my role as mother on days when I feel really overwhelmed.
The posts I’ve listed below helped me this week. Hope they help you, too.
The Lesson I Learned from My Massive Motherhood Fail written by Kat. She also writes at Inspired to Action.
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