I've been a mom for 12 years now, with the birth of my little boys, who ultimately did not survive their premature birth. But to others, I am just a mom to the kids they see ... my two girls.
There's never a year I don't think of this, and never a year that it doesn't bother me. But how can they see what lives in my heart?
Motherhood is hard, no matter how you live it ... parenting angels who fly or parenting those who run around here on earth. But I have found that it doesn't matter how others define me ... it is far more important how I define me. And I define me as a mom of four ... because I am a mom of four. And no one can change that.
Well said Erin! I hope you had a wonderful day with your girls, and thinking of your boys.
Love and Hugs
I hear you Erin:) I feel the same about it. I hope that you had a nice Mother's Day thinking about all four of your children:)
I spent my Mother's Day in the hospital. My hubby was there for six days. I hadn't been near a hospital since 2009. Lots of triggers for sure. He's home now and resting. He took a LOA for the rest of the school year.
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