Why My Heart Was Heavy On My First Mother’s Day

I think about it often but on Mother’s day I think about it the most. 

I think of the strongest moms out there.

The moms who have dealt with loss. Whether that’s through death of  a miscarriage or after birth, failed adoption, or infertility.  As I feel possible kicking in my belly from baby this day my heart is heavy. You are in my constant prayers. 

Not only for your loss but also for the journey you are on. People forget that today is just another day for you.  They don’t know what to say so they pass in silence. When all you really want is to be heard. 

I hear you strong mamas loud and clear. I am interested in your journey. Your journey does not need to be a journey of painful silence and it shouldn’t be. Ignoring or putting you in silence does not take away the hurt. It only steepens it. Your journey should be echoed and prayed for. Because God hears the broken hearted and so should the rest of us. 

Strongest mamas you are loved, you are prayed for, and you are heard.

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4 thoughts on “Why My Heart Was Heavy On My First Mother’s Day

  1. God hears the broken hearted! I love that you are empathizing with those who have lost when you are about to enjoy God’s blessing of a child. That is your giving heart echoing God’s heart.

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  2. My heart goes out to you sweet sister. May God continue to hold and comfort you. We lost my 26 year old nephew this year on Mother’s day, but hold on to the promise of Matthew 5:4, “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.”

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