Immediately the boy’s father exclaimed, “I do believe; help me overcome my unbelief!” Mark 9:24

Unconventional Mother’s Day

Infertility erases Mother’s Day from the calendar.

No handmade cards or hand-picked dandelions from the yard.

No messy kitchen or breakfast in bed.

No mother’s ring on my finger.


Infertility opens doors to nurture.

Instinctively the young know who will care for them.

Mother’s day has special meaning.

Psalm 119:76 (NIV)


 May your unfailing love be my comfort, according to your promise to your servant.

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2 thoughts on “Unconventional Mother’s Day

  1. I am always amazed to see how animals know when a baby is around. We had a cat who did not like other people. She was a stray we adopted and very loving to us, but not others. Yet, when a baby came over she was kind and loving to this child. If they were a toddler, she would give them wide berth, but not chastise them if they caught her for some not so gentle loving and caressing.


  2. These beautiful photos depict the need for mothering something. Anything that will allow it.

    It’s beautiful! God knew what He was doing!


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