Mom is synonymous with the word queen, and this is my letter to the beautiful queens on Mother's Day.
A Letter to a Queen
Dear Single Mom,
You are strong and beautiful. Do not think for any moment that you are not equipped. In this season of your life, God gave you supernatural strength to be both mom and dad, and you are doing an amazing job.
Dear Overwhelmed and Exhausted Mom,
You will never be this loved again. So on those days when you are feeling stressed out, touched out, and depleted, just remember that you will never be this loved again. One day you will long for their affection. So choose a soft voice, choose gentle hands, choose a love and patience.
Dear Mom of an Angel Baby,
You became a mommy at conception. The time that your baby spent on this earth in your womb is a time where you both built an everlasting bond. Although your child is not here in the physical, their spirit forever resides through yours.
Dear Foster Mom,
You were hand chosen by God to care for a child who may have seen some dark days. Stay patient, kind, loving and have grace.
Sometimes you encounter a unique set of challenges that can arise from a blended family and it requires a different type of strength to overcome those challenges. You are equipped and capable.
Dear Incarcerated Mom,
Although you are not physically in the presence of your child today, you are celebrated, loved and deeply missed.
Dear LGBT 🏳️🌈 Mom,
Do not let bigotry and hatred in society deter you from loving your children to greatness.
You are one of the most unique creatures known to this earth. Only you could spoil your grandchildren to the point of no return and still be the most trustworthy babysitter.
Dear Expecting Mom,
Get some rest when you can. You will need it. Bearing and birthing your children will be one of your greatest blessings and accomplishments.
Dear Surrogate Mom,
Your selflessness is unmatched in this world. Thank you for sharing a piece of your body and heart to grow life and happiness for others.
You are the epitome of greatness. You are not perfect, and neither am I, but you did the best you could with what you had that moment of life. Forgive your mother as I pray my children will one day forgive me. No mother is perfect, yet each mother is perfection. I love you