Dear mama friend,

I know it feels like you’re invisible. It feels like you have lost who you are.

Your days are filled with crying babies, arguing preschoolers, dirty laundry, crumbs on the floor, and endless messes throughout the house. Your mind feels chaotic, and you can’t see through the fog.

It feels like people don’t see what you do. The days run together, and you can’t remember if you even showered today.

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The loneliness is overwhelming, and you wonder if you’ll ever be you again.

You’re not alone.

You’re not invisible.

I see you, and those sweet little babes in your arms see you.

They see your sacrifices, your undying devotion, and your unconditional love. They know they are safe in your arms. They know you’ll always be there for them, and they will cherish the childhood you are creating for them.

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When they are grown and have families of their own, they will be able to raise their children with that same love and devotion because you, mama friend, set that foundation in their lives. You showed them what it means to love.

I pray you see the impact you have.

You are not lost or invisible. You are right where you need to be to raise up the next generation.

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Tynea Lewis

Tynea Lewis is a teacher turned work-from-home mom. She and her husband are raising two little girls, and they love spending time together at a family cabin in Pennsylvania. Tynea remembers loving to write as early as first grade, and now God uses her passion for writing to encourage other women.