#31Mothers: Taylor

  “How quickly it all happens, you know? Some days it seems like it just drags on and on and on, and then you blink and they grow up. I’ve really learned how to slow ...

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#31Mothers: D’Ann

On a warm summer afternoon a couple years ago I was walking along an art festival with my husband and children. Tents were set up along the pedestrian mall with artists of every medium showcasing ...

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#31Mothers: Mindie

Motherhood changed my life and shaped me into a woman I never imagined I would be. I discover a new thing about this woman every day. Motherhood has not only taught me patience and compassion, it ...

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#31Mothers: Natasha

  When I was a single mom, I used to think that was the hardest thing I would ever have to do. But honestly, being married to military is harder. After we got married everything ...

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#31Mothers: Allison

There’s nothing very unique about me as a mom, I don’t have much of a story, but I’m obsessed with mommy-hood. Even on the days when Mitchell refuses to nap, throws most of his food ...

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#31Mothers: Jennifer

I never thought about being a mother before it happened and feel that in itself was a gift. I had no expectations, no preconceived ideas and no mapped out road ahead. From the moment my ...

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#31Mothers: Michelle

I do so much to try and keep my son’s name alive and spoken, and his love felt.   But it’s so hard to reach into my mind and remember him. He’s slipped away from ...

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#31Mothers: Tracy

  Tears of frustration run down my face after my emotionally drunk, pre-teen daughter, gives me the finger and tells me she hates me. I have to walk away, with her phone in my hand, ...

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#31Mothers: Danielle S

“I had given up some youth for knowledge but my gain was much greater than my loss.” This quote by Maya Angelou perfectly describes  my motherhood journey. For me, being a mom has meant the ...

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#31Mothers: Shelley

  Motherhood has taught me SO much. Mostly, to be kind to myself – things will never, ever be perfect, and that’s ok. Being a parent is about constantly evolving and growing within. It’s about ...

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