Motherless Daughters

Came across this today and loved it.  Still miss my mom everyday, even though it’s been almost 19 years.  Love you mom!

A Letter to Motherless Daughters

Author: sheriroaf

Sheri Roaf is the mother of four wonderful children who turned to blogging after her 17 month old son Bennett passed away unexpectedly. Through her writing she has found a way to help herself and her family move forward in the face of tragedy.

4 thoughts on “Motherless Daughters”

  1. Thanks for sharing this….and how strange that I read this after having significant and random thoughts of my mom today. I also heard two songs in a row that I used to listen to in her car and sing to me on the way home….messages being sent I think :).


    1. It showed up in Parker’s Facebook feed, go figure! I’m so overwhelmed with Benny that sometimes I forget about her too. It was a good read.


  2. Thanks for sharing this! It is hard every day without my mother & mother-in-law around but, on Mother’s Day it’s especially hard for both Chris & I. I have no mother figures at all in my life & it does feel like such a void. I hate that my girls won’t grow up with their grandmother’s by their side. 😦


    1. Lori, I think that’s the worst part! I mean, I always miss my mom, but it hit me super hard once I had kids. That absence in Darcy’s life kills me as I grew up less than a mile from my grandmother and took the bus to her house after school everyday. Darcy doesn’t know what she’s missing, but I do and it makes me so sad for her. 😦


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