Welcome to our Amazing Moms Monday series! Motherhood comes in all shapes and sizes. Mothers come from varying different backgrounds, each with their own unique story.
Mom’s have one of the most fulfilling jobs in the world! Too often, we lose sight of what is most important and focus on what we feel are failures. So to change that narrative, we will be featuring an Amazing Mom every Monday to inspire us all to make a change!
The Mom Kind is proud to partner with the #WeLoveMoms movement to celebrate these amazing parent role models! These moms are making a difference in their communities and offer some real world inspiration.
“The Journey of a thousand miles, Begins with a single step.” – Lao Tzu
The #WeLoveMoms movement aims to provide inspiration to moms in need. To find out more about this project and how you can help, please check us out here.
Through the inspiration of the Amazing Moms: Parents of the 21st century coffee table book (Mother’s Day 2018), we are so happy to feature these beautiful women who demonstrate motherhood in unique ways!
Without further ado, let’s check out this week’s featured Amazing Mom!
Elisabeth is an author, parent educator and coach, and retired teacher, but first and foremost a mother and a stepmother. She’s been through it all; diapers, the terrible twos, crazed teenage years and even saying goodbye as your first kid leaves home for college.
As a teacher for 25 years, Elisabeth knows how little support parents have in today’s society. She wants to help support parents and parents-to-be through her own extensive experience and expertise.
Favorite Moment as a Mom
A successful motherhood moment: At a time when I was still pretty raw about my ex-husband remarrying, my daughter shared that she was afraid of loving her stepmother because since her father had divorced me, he could also divorce his new wife. I reassured her that her stepmother’s relationship with her was solid no matter what happened with her dad’s marriage and that if need be, I would make it possible for her to continue to have a relationship with her stepmom. That was a really hard moment for me, but I am convinced it allowed my stepdaughter to have the loving relationship with her stepmom that she has. – Elisabeth Stitt
Amazing Moms Monday
Thank you Elisabeth for being an Amazing Mom and inspiration to us all! Make sure to head over to Elisabeth’s blog to check out her amazing parenting advice!
Until Next Week
Thanks for checking out this week’s Amazing Moms Monday! Make sure to check out the #WeLoveMoms movement as well as the upcoming release of the Amazing Moms: Parents of the 21st century book. Join us again next week, when we feature another amazing mom!