I Know How it Feels

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This one is for all the mama’s that have to share their babies.

I know how it feels to drop your child off with their dad and pray they keep them safe when you are not around, just the way you would.

I know how it feels to hug them good-bye and look at their sweet face one long second, knowing you will not be able to see it until your next time.

I know how it feels to drive away and miss your child the instant they are gone.

I know how it feels to walk in their now quiet room and remember them playing in it hours before.

I know how it feels to feel the guilt of taking your other kids to do something fun when your other child is not able to.

I know how it feels to miss special events with your child because it was not your turn.

I know how it feels to share their birthday with the other person and feel like you are missing out.

I know how it feels when your child looks you in the eyes and says they wish they did not have to go to separate homes.

I know how it feels to have your child cry and break your heart because they want an extra day with you.

I know how it feels to shares a child; it is not an easy thing to do.

Just like you, sad mama—I know how it feels.

Published by clovelace021

I’m a 33 year old wife and mother of 3. I’m an Insurance Coordinator at a dental office, but my dream job is a Crime Scene Investigator. I love anything crime related! I love my family and my fur babies and anything I get to do with them.

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