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Motherless mommy

My mom entered heavens gates 9 months ago....I am so lost without her. Any other ladies out there who have lost their sweet mamas? I live in northern ca and would love to connect with some mommies who have been there. I'm Julie by the way

  1. April Rose11 months ago

    I don't live near you, but I did lose my mom about 15 years ago. There are so many things that I wish I could ask her about, everyday.

  2. Pinkcats10 months ago

    Hi April, sorry to hear about your mom... They say it gets easier, but I just miss her so much!

  3. Megan OConner7 months ago

    I am right there with you ladies. lost my mom back in 09. Its been hard without her got married without her with me and then had my daughter. I feel like some days are easier than others. On the hard days I wish she was here for me to run too and get advice. I just tell myself that she's here just not in the way that I want her to be. She will always be looking out for me until we meet again. In the meantime I just try to do what's best and right by my daughter and think of what she would to in this situation.

    Lots of love,

    Megan

  4. tessa_TO6 months ago

    Aw I wish I could give you ladies a big hug! Julie i'm so sorry for your loss. I lost my mom 9 years ago when I was 20. I'm going through my first pregnancy and it's been so hard without my mom here. The pain of missing your mom can be so intense, but I can say that with time you'll be able to smile when you think of her instead of wanting to cry immediately. Sending lots of love to you and yours

  5. [ deleted account ]2 months ago

    I lost my dad when I was 2 years old. To be honest, I dunno what a love of a father is. I always craved for father's love in my life. When I see my friends spending time with their father, I used to ask God, "Why not for me?"
    There are questions which will never be answered. Enjoy everything that you have rightnow.

  6. PiscesMomma1 month ago

    My mother was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer when I was 16 years old, at 17 years old I found out that I was pregnant with twins. So I was having to deal with having to become a teen mom, my mother's cancer and trying to finish high school all at the same time. On March 16, 1997 I gave birth to my twins. My son was born with a birth defect called gastroschisis; so basically part of his stomach and his large and small intestine grew outside of his body. He had to have surgery immediately after he was born and had 5 surgeries by the age of 1.
    On March 19, 1997 my mother passed away. I was still in the hospital recovering from my c-section when she died. I didn't even get to say goodbye to her and had to sign myself out of the hospital to attend her funeral. Not being able to properly grieve because I had to immediately care for my daughter who was born healthy and her brother who spent his first three months in the hospital, was extremely difficult. It's been 20 years since my mother passed away and I still miss her everyday.
    She never got to meet any of my children and I miss having her shoulder to cry on and getting parenting tips from her. I would love to say that it gets easier but in my case it hasn't. Every year on her birthday, the anniversary of her death I go into a shell. It took me years to be able to happily celebrate my twins birthdays because when March came around it would just take me back to her death. I hope that it gets easier for you Julie.

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