With so many AMAZING moms nominated for this year’s contest, the decision wasn’t easy…
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Hi! I’m Erin. It’s weird to talk about myself, but I’ll give it a shot.
He said “I don’t want that sauce on my noodles, I just want salt and pepper and butter.” I encourage him to try the sauce first and if he didn’t like it then he could have just butter noodles. Inside my heart was smiling because I used to do the exact same thing when I was his age. I also used to chuck hot dogs out the sliding glass door in to the yard when I didn’t want to eat them but that’s a story for another day.
Well, it happened again today. I left my child’s preschool gripping her tightly in my arms, with tears filling my eyes.
Imagine never being able to have a conversation with your child. Never knowing their true wants and needs. Wondering if you’ll ever hear them say ‘I love you.’
Elaine Zurcher has been nominated as an AMAZING mom! “I want to nominate my momma Elaine Zurcher because she has the biggest heart in the entire world.”
Jill Mccombs Walker has been nominated as an AMAZING mom! “I would like to nominate my rock, my best friend, my mom. She has taught me so much over the years and if I could give her the world I would.”
Melinda Shroyer has been nominated as an AMAZING mom! “I met this lady 5 years ago when both of our oldest boys switched to IV in first grade. Melinda was blessed with 2 boys Ethan and Colin. She has devoted her whole world to those boys making sure they never even for a moment think they can’t be whatever they want to be.”
Alexis Pryor has been nominated as an AMAZING mom! “She is the definition of strong, courageous, resilient, positive, smart, uplifting, and kind. She’s not only a badass mom, she’s an amazing friend. She deserves nothing but good things and I’d love it if she won this.” ❤️ -Andrea
I’m passionate about motherhood. I am so thankful for the small group of authentic friends I have formulated over the years because being a parent is hard. I feel like that is something society can agree on as a whole. In this day in age where the stereotypical mom, dad, sister, brother is being challenged it makes it even harder.