And Open Letter to all the Bad Moms on Mother’s Day

To all the bad moms out there
Kitty rebelling against authority
The mom’s who lost their temper

Who yelled, and didn’t always get it right

To all the mom’s whose cooking wasn’t like grandma’s,

Or mother in laws

And whose advice wasn’t always the best.

To all the mom’s who didn’t know what to do

And still don’t.

Who didn’t have the money to be the supermom

And didn’t teach their kids everything they needed to know

To all the mom’s who feel like you weren’t “the best”

Or even in the running for runner up

Grace to you today.

We love you anyway.

We love you not for your perfection

Or for being Betty Crocker
We love you because you gave life

To a being in the image of God.

You gave 9 months of your life

You gave you body, your nutrients, your health

To bring a life into this world.

 

Perhaps not even by your own choice

But you made the choice

That another would live.

And that’s honorable, and noble.

 

Maybe Facebook isn’t gushing about you,

And your mailbox is empty.

 

Just remember

God chose you. He honored you to be a participant in his plan to place on another person His image, a unique gift to humanity.

 

Let it be. His grace is what you need. Trust me, there aren’t really any perfect moms.

Or dads. Or kids.

Forgive us for setting unrealistic expectations. You are mom. Not God. And that’s ok.

Happy Mother’s Day to all the mom’s who struggle with guilt

About not measuring up.

Forgive us for setting unrealistic expectations. You are mom. Not God. And that’s ok.

So be yourself. That’s what we need.

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