I Hope She Knows How Hard I Try To Be A Good Mom

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“I hope she knows how hard I try to be a good mom.

I hope she knows that my anger and frustration never diminish my love for her.

I hope she knows I don’t want her to strive for perfection;

I want her to strive to do her best.

I hope she knows how much joy she brings me each and every day.

I hope she knows that her laugh lights up my life.

I hope she knows that I will support her no matter her choices, and no matter where life takes her.

I hope she knows that she is always worthy, just as she is.

I hope she knows that labels, grades, numbers on a scale, and other people’s opinions do not define her.

I hope she knows that the most important relationship she’ll ever have is with herself.

I hope she knows to do what is right and not what is easy.

I hope she knows that it is a privilege to watch her grow, even though it also breaks my heart.

I hope she knows that she is capable and that the sky is the limit for her.

I hope she knows that with every pain, tear, and heartbreak she experiences I feel a thousandfold.

I hope she knows that she is loved beyond measure and beyond words.

I hope she knows that I will never get it all right, but I will always keep trying.

I hope she knows.

Even though I tell her…

I hope she knows.

This story was submitted to Love What Matters by Randi Latzman of Surviving Mom Blog, and originally appeared here. You can follow her journey on Facebook and Instagram. Submit your story here, and be sure to subscribe to our best love stories here.

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