To Every Mom, Even When You Don’t Feel Worthy

To the mom who is so tired her bones hurt,
I celebrate you.

To the classroom, PTA, soccer mom,
I celebrate you.

To the mom who knows down in her deepest being that she is mother, but has yet to see those 2 pink lines,
I celebrate you.

To the mom who has attended her own child’s funeral,
I celebrate you.

To the mom of a strong-willed child,
I humbly celebrate you.

To the mom who never got to hold her precious babe this side of heaven,
I celebrate you.

To the single mom who is working two jobs just to make the ends meet,
I celebrate you.

To the Grandmother who has found herself in the role of mother again for her sweet grandchildren,
I celebrate you.

To the mom who feels like a failure,
I celebrate you.

To the mom with a wayward child,
I celebrate you.

To the adoptive mom who has chosen to love another’s child as her own,
I celebrate you.

To the mom of a special needs child,
I celebrate you.

To the mom who carries her own physical or mental illness into motherhood each day,
I celebrate you.

To the mom who visits her child in an institution,
I celebrate you.

To the mom enduring a broken marriage,
I celebrate you.

To the mom who is about to watch her child walk down the aisle,

I celebrate you.

To the mom who has tried everything and doesn’t know what to do next,

I celebrate you.

To the mom who lost her own momma, 

I celebrate you.

To the mom at their child’s hospital bedside day and night praying for a miracle,

 I celebrate you.

To the working mom and the stay-at-home mom,
I celebrate you.

To the helicopter mom, tiger mom and the momma bear,
I celebrate you.

To the mom who has too much on her plate,
I celebrate you.

To the step mom,
I celebrate you.

To the teenage mom who is scared out of her mind,
I celebrate you.

To the mom with an estranged child,
I celebrate you.

To the mom with monsters teenagers,
I celebrate you.

To the desperate, broken, and defeated mom,
I celebrate you.

To the mom with an empty nest,
I celebrate you.

To the mom with too much guilt, fear, and worry,
I celebrate you.

To the mom who gave up a child,
I celebrate you.

To the mom wrestling with her past abortion,
I celebrate you.

To the mom who lost her patience or raised her voice this morning,
I celebrate you.

I am sure there are some I have missed, but my heart is that EVERY Mom would be celebrated this Mother’s Day and even more importantly…
no matter what your version of motherhood looks like, you need to know and believe:

YOU ARE WORTH CELEBRATING!

Hope you all have a very Happy Mother’s Day!

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