Favorite Exponent posts about Mothers

Here are some of our favorite posts about motherhood in 2011 and 2012:
*Guest post by Pandora about being a new empty nester
*April blogs about Primary’s best Mother’s Day songs
*Spunky writes about trying to identify with Mary as a childless woman
*Alisa’s poem about being a mother of a child with special needs
*Deborah’s poem about her niece, a former orphan
*DefyGravity muses, “Is there divinity without motherhood?”
*Whoa-Man’s letter to Heavenly Mother
*kmillecam defines her life, mothering and beyond
*Jessawhy on finding a career after motherhood
*Two of Three’s guest post on giving children self-esteem
*Guest post Brittany Kunz’s post about the death of her young son
*Zenaida talks about getting along with her believing family when she no longer believes
*Heather blogs about the pain of miscarriage
*Caroline talks about “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” when it comes to celebrating Mother’s Day in sacrament meeting
*mraynes and the blessing of her third (unexpected) baby
*Amelia shows the problems with how the Church wants us to raise girls in regards to modesty
*Stella contemplates being single and having a baby
*Jana considers the scars of life her body carries
*Starfoxy wonders the disservice we may do by raising our youth to expect traditional gender roles of who stays home with kids and who doesn’t
*TopHat shares her ideas for adding women to the nursery curriculum

And, there’s Exponent II’s Spring 2011 issue devoted to Mother’s Day

Need a talk about Mother’s Day?
Jana gave one in 2007
EmilyCC’s was in 2009

There are lots of other great blog posts here and across the Bloggernacle about Mother’s Day. What are some of your favorites?


EmilyCC lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her spouse and three children. She currently serves as a stake Just Serve specialists, and she recently returned to school to become a nurse. She is a former editor of Exponent II and a founding blogger at The Exponent.

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