What a Mama Does

In several countries today is Mother’s Day. In the U.S., mother’s day isn’t until May. But any day is a great day to celebrate our mothers! I noticed many people are viewing a poem I posted a year or two ago called: When a Daughter Understands. Here it is again in a new format.

mother daughter, mother baby, woman baby, mother's day

Note: Click on the poem to see it in larger type.Mother, Daughters, Poetry, Children, Family, Girls

Hope you enjoyed it!

How do you celebrate your mom?

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If you like this poem, you might be interested in a a devotional book of stories and poems by Delana called Three Days at Sea.

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See also:

A Mother’s Love

One day I shared Jesus’ love with my child And he shared it with a friend. His friend touched another Who touched his brother, Who touched his family. And they reached out As far as they could see To touch a hurting world, By loving one another; All because a Mother’s love, From the Father […]  May 6, 2011 |

Faith for the Journey

Step by step He awards me faith for the journey…

Family, Mommy, Faith, Education, Inspiration

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10 thoughts on “What a Mama Does

  1. Very nice, Delana! Loved seeing the pic again, and your poem is so true!

    Love you, Aunt Joyce and Uncle Robert

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  10. This poem puts into words what I’ve been feeling as I become a mother of two. Thank you for sharing and I’ll be giving you credit as I share this poem with my mother tomorrow!

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