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To the mom that second-guesses her decisions all the time, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that raised her voice at her kids today, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that sometimes feels inadequate as a mother, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that feels guilty about leaving the house every day to go to work, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that feels like she can’t ever get ahead, you’re doing a great job.

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To the mom that just wanted to curl into the fetal position in the middle of Target, while her kids wreaked havoc on everything, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that always gets mom-shamed by her family members, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that compares herself to her friends, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that feels like a bad mom for just wanting to be alone sometimes, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that feels like no one else pulls their weight around the house, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that watches the dishes pile up in the sink and has no desire to wash them, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that dresses herself each day straight from the dryer, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that works hard to provide home-cooked meals every night that no one ever wants to eat, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that looks at herself in the mirror every morning, and hates what she sees, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that tries to keep her house in some sort of order, that no one else respects, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that let her kid eat three doughnuts for breakfast, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that hides in the closet to have a snack, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that’s shoveling food into her mouth, over the sink, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that was scanning the grocery store for the nearest exit, as her toddler was having a meltdown over their goldfish being two different sizes, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that wants to get through one episode her favorite Netflix show without getting interrupted, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that barely got through one load of laundry today, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that hates waking up early to pack school lunches, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that wants to just give the entire school drop-off line the middle finger, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that dropped an F-bomb in front of the kids, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that had Daniel Tiger babysit the kids for a bit, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that sat on her cell phone at the park, instead of socializing with the other moms, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that volunteered to bring napkins and plates to the classroom party, because she just didn’t want to bake or cook anything, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that feels like she is absolutely failing her children, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that spends so much time hoping that she raised her kids to be decent human beings, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that wants to savor every moment, but finds herself counting the hours until bedtime, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that ventured out of the house today, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that managed to get out of bed today, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that did her hair and makeup today, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that didn’t do her hair and makeup today, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that’s feeding her kids pizza, or chicken nuggets, or mac-n-cheese for the eighth time in a row, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that sent her kids to bed early, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that picked a fight with her husband out of sheer exhaustion, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that’s barely hanging on, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that’s begging for help, you’re doing a great job.

To the mom that just doesn’t feel like herself, you’re doing a great job.

For every mom out there—no matter what season you’re in, no matter what you’re going through, no matter what happened yesterday or today, and what happens tomorrow, for everyone that needs to hear this, because you DESERVE to hear this—you’re doing a great job.

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