Who’s Keeping You Strong, Weary Momma?

  • see beyond our limitations
  • hear above the noise
  • speak when we lose our voice
  • hold us up when we crumble

There’s a quiet relief in togetherness. Allowing another mom to hold up our arms now and then is a beautiful thing.  A precious life-gift.

Weakness is part of our human experience. And so is communal strength.

Let’s keep each other strong, weary Momma’s,

P.S. If you are feeling alone, lost, afraid, etc. and don’t have other mom’s to connect with, reach out. I’m here for you. And chances are there are plenty of other Aaron and Hur’s in this community of friends who are willing and able to hold you up and love you forward.


This post originally appeared at ShelbySpear.com, published with permission.

Shelby Spear
Shelby Spearhttp://shelbyspear.com/
Shelby is a sappy soul whisperer, sarcasm aficionado, and pro-LOVE, Jesus adoring mom of 3 Millennials writing stuff & doing life with her hubby of 25 years. You can read her stories on her blog at shelbyspear.com, around the web, and in print at Guideposts. Shelby's new book, co-authored with Lisa Leshaw, is now available: How Are You Feeling, Momma? (You don't need to say, "I'm fine.")

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