Isn’t motherhood the hardest thing in the world and the silliest thing and the most frustrating…and just plain glorious, literally all in one breath?
All of us are real moms…trying to figure it out daily.
All of us might not always agree. That’s okay. And, yes, at times we may have different perspectives or come from different backgrounds or be at different stages of the motherhood journey. That’s okay too. In fact, we believe that is part of the beauty of motherhood.
Because, here’s the thing: all of us want to strip away things that keep us apart and focus on the truths that bring us together. All of us are moms who love our kids. All of us are doing the best we can. And, we need each other to grow.
Moms need other moms. Younger moms need older moms. Older moms need younger moms.
Whether you have one kid or ten kids, work full time or stay home, love every second of your motherhood journey or feel like at the end of your rope, one fact remains: You don’t have to go through it alone.
Let’s laugh, encourage and share.
Let’s make real connections with each other.
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