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Mother Letters' e-book has so many poetic quotes that we couldn't resist creating beautiful art out of a few of our favorites.

There will be so many times you feel like you've failed, but in the eyes, heart, and mind of your child you are Super Mom! - Mother's Day Quotes----I need to remember this

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I need to remember this! I need to put this outside Dukes door to this room. You Will Never Have This Day Again Mother Children Wooden Primitive Sign

Mother’s Day Poems for Kids | 4 Simple Gift Ideas

Mother’s Day Poems for Kids

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I'm so proud of my girl. Brandy may be young but she's growing up to be a great girl.

To my beautiful daughter Keelie Arielle.I love you! Your strength, wit, intellect, sense of humor, caring and compassion never cease to amaze me. Your are an incredible young woman with so much potential. You are such an inspiration to me

patience with children prayer

My mother always said the one thing she wished she had more of was patience when I was younger. I didn't listen. Now I wish I had patience with my boys when they were little.

Real women carry scars of many sorts, inside and out. It is sad how our society considers the most purest and selfless ones to be some of the most frowned upon.

Absolutely love this. Pregnant women/mothers should never think they aren't beautiful because of stretch marks. Those stretch marks are the result of the most beautiful thing a woman can do: give life:)

Silence is golden unless you have kids...

So true with my girls---"Silence is Golden.unless you have kids, then silence is just suspicious" - Funny mom quote that's correct.

Don't spend it in front of the tv

There are only 940 Saturdays between your child's birth and them leaving for college. - Raising Kids Wow that puts things into perspective:/

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