Hey you over there, when you get out of that meeting I hope you know that your children are ok, I could tell you were thinking about them. They are so loved by so many people. When you get home and you need to do all that housework that you made lists about after you were done taking care of payroll, I hope you know that it is ok to let it wait. Let it wait so that you can roll around in the toys that didn't get put away this morning while you ran around your house trying to get ready for work. I know these days can get repetitive and feel oh so long, but you are doing amazing things. This morning when you spilled hot coffee on yourself while you tried to get your purse and diaper bag ready to go, I know you wanted to scream but instead you made a funny face at your child so they would't be upset too [on the mornings that you do scream know that we all forgive you]. Maybe no one has told you before but what you are doing takes strength and you don't need to feel bad. I am proud of you, I am proud that you are doing what you need to do to keep all the balls in the air and I hope that you have someone who helps you catch them when they fall or just listens when you are tired of it. I also see you on those days when you just kick ass at work, you are all in. You are good at your job and you know it. I hope that your child grows up and finds a job they are good at and that they know they can have it all in whatever form that means for them. You are a good mom, what you do matters. I know working outside of the home is hard, I know working from home is hard and I know just being a mom is hard. #ISupportYou.
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