A Letter To My Best Friend, Who Is Also A Mother
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A Letter To My Best Friend, Who Is Also A Mother

You never cease to inspire me

A Letter To My Best Friend, Who Is Also A Mother

My Dearest Best Friend,

Let me start by saying words will never be able to express just how truly proud of you I am. Being the beautiful, young woman you are, you have already experienced things most of us do not until later on in life. That sets you a part from the rest of us in unlimited ways. Although unexpected, you have were always ready for it. Over the years I have watched you grow into the fiercely strong and amazingly independent woman you are today.

I know it is not easy. I cannot begin to imagine how trying times can be. I only wish that I could be there each day to help you. Especially on those days when you need even an hour more of rest or to run the simplest errand. What I do know is that you work harder than most and that does not go unnoticed. You continuously strive to provide the best life you can for your little one. She does not know it yet but she is forever blessed to have you as her mother, a rockstar. Knowing you for as long as I have, I have seen you on your best days and the toughest days. Seeing you in all of those moments, I know they have shaped you into becoming the wonderful mother you are today.

I feel so grateful that you are my best friend and have let me be such a large part of your beautiful baby-girl's life. I adore her in countless ways and my love for her only grows. I look forward to watching you raise her in the years to come, as she is already as incredible as you are. I hope you always know how proud I am of you, how much I look up to you and how much I love you. You are truly a rockstar.


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