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I haven’t needed to hear encouraging words for moms more than I have this year. Being a mom brings some challenges and its always nice to read these words.
Throughout this year I posted encouraging words for moms on our Facebook page. I am blown away by your kind messages and how much these words resonated with you. It was proof that we are not alone in our joys and our struggles.
Encouraging Words for Perfect Moms
“In all the world there is not a more perfect mother for your child than you.” You are the mother that your child needs.
“I’d like to be a perfect mom but I am too busy raising kids.” There is power is not paying attention to the motherings of others. When we focus on raising our humans the best way we know how we don’t worry about how other mothers are doing.
When my daughter looks at me and says, “I love you so much. You are the best Mommy.”, it reminds me that sometimes I am too hard on myself.
If only kids came with instructions.
Encouraging Words for Good Moms
As busy moms, we are going to experience all kinds of days. But we know that we wouldn’t trade these days for anything in the world.
Your words are powerful. Make sure to use some of them on yourself.
Sometimes we forget just how important we are to our kids.
Hey Mama! You are so strong!!
More Encouraging Words for Busy Moms
You cannot serve your children well unless you are taking care of yourself. Remember they need you!
I am so thankful for all the different kinds of moms that cross my path. I am able to learn and take so much from their experiences.
At the end of the day, if my child can master these things, I have done my job well.
There are days when I am not at my best. I fuss a little too much, I raise my voice, and I lose my patience too quickly. I am so thankful for the bond I share with my daughter that makes forgiveness so easy for her.
I wanted to end with this quote because I think it sums up motherhood nicely. You are amazing.