“When my oldest asks “where is your real mom?”, it hurts…”


“Being a mother is greater than I could of ever imagined. How could you give this up? I will never know the answer to that, but what I do know is that I will never leave my children. If anything, I’m a bit protective over them. I am so unbelievably grateful for the amazing husband I have who loves his family more than anything. I want my girls to love themselves for who they are and live the life I never had. When my oldest asks “where is your real mom?”, it hurts. I’ve even cried right in front of her. She knows there is something missing. I don’t say anything hateful, rather more of a soft truth. She is not ready to comprehend how a mother can give up her child, nor do I want her to think that could happen to her. But one day she will hear my story, as will all my girls.”

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