Why Do Mothers Become Invisible After Giving Birth?

Our world forgets about mothers.

We slip through the cracks.

We become background noise.

And in that, we learn our role… our place in our family unit… to always come last.

Folks, we can’t put mothers last.

Our babies need us.

To be healthy.

To know that we are worthy.

To know that motherhood, while natural, can sometimes feel like the least natural role in our life.

And that deserves attention.

Mothers deserve attention.

We need our world to fuss over us the way they fuss over ten fresh fingers and ten fresh toes.

We need to be seen.

We need to be heard.

We need someone to not only ask if we’re okay but to check time and time again, just to be sure.

We’re not just a uterus.

We’re not just a lifeline to a new and precious soul.

We’re mothers.

And we need someone to make sure we’re okay, too.

Originally published HERE.

Anneliese is a Canadian wife, mother, and writer. She has one handsome hub, a spunky pooch, and two rambunctious boys (ages two years and eleven-months). By day she’s a wife and mother-by night she’s an ambitious woman with big dreams for herself and her family. She’s the voice behind the popular blog Grown Up Glamour by Anneliese Lawton, where she leaves no topic off limits. It is her hope in her writing to inspire, empower and help other women find joy and peace within themselves. You can also find her on Facebook.

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