I don’t know if you hear Andy Grammer’s song about his message for a medium giving by his mom to write his new song called "She'd Say," but you must!!! I’m crying so hard right now because it’s so touching. It’s exactly what my relationship with my daughter feels like every day. I’m always telling … Continue reading Warning To All The Motherless, Grab A Tissue Box Before You Listen to Andy Grammer’s New Song
Mother's Day is a day to honor your mother. When you're mom isn't in the picture anymore, the day is more filled with sorrow and tears. What happens when you're a mom yourself? You're forced to celebrate even if you're secretly don't want to without your own mom. You have no choice because you're a … Continue reading Here’s To Another Motherless Mother’s Day
Dear Mom, Hi. I miss you. I miss you every day. Life is so strange without you. I feel like I'm dragging along without you. My days are so foggy. I can't function when the fog comes crushing in. Some days, I can pulls the fog out of the way while others make be feel … Continue reading To My Mom On Mother’s Day
Dear Mom, Oh Mom, I miss you so much. I'm here spending your birthday without you again. The pain I feeling is unreal. I just want to feel normal again. But normal seems so far away without you. What is normal? Mom, I really don't know. All I know, I don't want to spend your … Continue reading Letter To My Mom On Her Birthday In Heaven
Parenthood is full of ups and downs. You NEVER know what's going to come next. It's filled with happiness, tears, laughter ,and so much more. The hardest part of parenthood are the milestone you have no clue how to handle. You feel like your melting in thoughts trying to figure out how to overcome what's … Continue reading I Wish I Could Call My Mom For Advice And Share My Daughter’s Accomplishments
Easter is another holiday shaped around family and preparations for your kids. You wish you could just skip another holiday but you can't because you have a kid or kids and need to put on a smile. You need to put your head up and do all the traditions because your kid(s) enjoy them. You're … Continue reading Read This If You’re a Motherless Mom on Easter
I would like to take the time to thank my daughter for saving my life after my mother died.
Moving on after a Mother’s death isn't possible because you can never “move on.” The pain is too deep to so call “move on” from.