Happy Holidays: Mamabear

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Dear Holiday Child,

My name is Mamabear. The holiday season is here and I want to invite you into my heart. I am offering to be your Holiday Mama. Why? I want you to feel loved my sweet, precious one. How do I know you are sweet and precious? Because you are here with me, wanting the connection. I can feel it.

I want to share with you a holiday tradition in my house. I pass around a bag filled with wrapped up snowflakes. Everyone takes one. You don’t pick the snowflake, the snowflake picks you! A snowflake is a beautiful, unique creation in nature, just like each of us. We unwrap our snowflakes and each of us tells how we are like our snowflake. Sometimes, we tell each other how their snowflake is like them. That is what I am going to do for you. See the photo that goes with this message? That’s your snowflake. I unwrapped this snowflake just for you. 

The first quality that I see in this snowflake is that you are solid, but soft with gentle edges. A snowflake is vulnerable and unique like you. Look at your snowflake, there is beaming lightness coming out from your center, your heart. You appear dark sometimes, yet that only enhances the light beaming out from your heart. I also see you reaching out, to connect.

We are all like snowflakes in that we are headed the same direction, all a part of something greater. We are all vulnerable to melting when the heat of life gets to us, and yet like snowflakes, we are never alone.

I want you my precious one to know that you are not alone. You are in my thoughts and in my heart. I think of you every time I see your snowflake hanging in my house. Know that you are loved my sweet little one.

There is no one, and never, ever will be anyone just like you. I don’t know about you, but I think that is pretty amazing. I want you to embrace your uniqueness and celebrate it this holiday season in every way you can. I love you and celebrate you!

With love,



  1. Sara says:

    I cannot begin to tell you how much of a blessing reading your letter was, Mama Bear. Unconditional love from my parents was something I never experienced as a child, and now that I have come out as a bisexual woman, I have become even more unworthy. I have known that I was bisexual since I was a teenager, but never wanting to let them down and playing my expected role, I closed off that facet of myself. Eventually, I fell in love with a man and had three beautiful little boys. Now that my marriage is failing (due to his roaming ways), and I am divorcing my husband, and have decided to come clean with myself, I have been told that if I didn’t want children, I shouldn’t have had them, and have been accused of not loving my kids….simply because after years of emotional, mental and eventually physical abuse, I’ve decided to find happiness. Christmas should be a time of love and compassion, yet as I write this, I am being judged and am losing family and friends…..Some understand, but many now believe that my sexuality ruined my marriage. Sometimes I look in the mirror, and I can’t figure out how my path led me to here. Why can’t love just be love? Anyhow, your words have touched me like few others have in the past, and I wanted to thank you for making a difference in my day.

    • Mama Bear says:

      My beautiful sweet Sara, my heart is aching for you and your struggle. I support you in finding happiness by being true to yourself. Our children learn by what we do, not by what we say. Knowing who you are and living your truth is showing your children how to live their truth. I love you Sara for being you. I see you as a Phoenix rising out of the ashes. I am wrapping you in love through this time. Hold strong my sweet

      • Sara says:

        I wish I could see myself that way. As much as I’m trying to nix the negative self-talk, the only way I can see myself is as weak and alone. I wish you a very merry holiday. Thank you again for your words.

        • Mama Bear says:

          Sara , sweet Sara, you are not alone. This is such a hard time for you, I wish I could’ve there to wrap you in my arms and tell you everything will be ok. I would hold you and soothe your fears. You have already done the hardest part. Admitting your truth. That took great strength. You are a strong beautiful woman and I am so so proud of you!!

  2. Kay says:

    This website is such a wonderful idea. Thank you for the lovely messages.

    Im 22, and not out to my parents yet, even though I have known I was a lesbian since I was 16 and developed a secret crush on the most beautiful and wonderful woman I have ever known. We are close friends, but nothing will happen between us because she is asexual. Im still happy to have her as a friend though, I still love her very much, but I respect her feelings.

    My parents would never approve, as I know they are homophobic, I have heard them say theyre disgusted by gay people before, and I know theyre against gay marriage. I keep so much secret from my family, cause I know I will never be accepted as the lesbian, pro choice, atheist feminist I am.

    • Mama Bear says:

      My precious Kay
      I accept you as the lesbian, pro choice, atheist you are. You, Kay, are perfect exactly as you are. I am so excited for you to know who you are. If I were there I would throw my arms around you and celebrate YOU!!!

    • Jackie L. Robinson says:


      It warms my heart to read in your note, that amidst the inability to let your whole self be seen with your family, you still LOVE. The love you feel for your friend is so beautiful…and I’m glad you have that in your life and allow your heart to feel it. xoxo

  3. Matthew says:


    My name is Matthew, and I am a 20 years old transgender male. I am so lucky and fortunate to already have a mother that is supportive of my transition and my gender identity, but that is not the reason for this comment.

    I am commenting to thank you for your message that is inclusive of ALL LGBT people. So often, the “T” (trans* identifying individuals) are left out or forgotten by even the LGBT community. It is difficult for my brothers and sisters to find inclusive support from even their own community. We are alienated by not only most of society, but also by the group of people that is meant to include us.

    I appreciate so much the supportive messages from all of the holiday moms, but am slightly disheartened to see that almost all of them talk about and pertain exclusively to those with queer sexual orientations, ignoring those who are not accepted or supported by their families for their gender identities. So many people live in households where their parents refuse to recognize them for who they really are and who they are most happy to be. Pronouns, chosen names, clothes, hair styles–these are all huge battles that many of my brothers and sisters must unfortunately fight with their loved ones every single day.

    I am so fortunate to have a supportive family that is here for me in my transition, but this post really hit me hard in the best way possible. We are ALL snowflakes, and we can’t choose our shape, size or the way we fall. We can only change the way we look at each other. Your message and metaphor is beautiful because it is for every single person out there.

    This holiday season, I hope to share love with all the snowflakes around me, and maybe even share this metaphor with those who are having an especially difficult time. Mamabear, thank you so much for putting this love and beauty out into the world. It is because of people like you that people like me feel like we matter when we are so often forgotten about.

    So, once again, thank you. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for remembering my transgender brothers and sisters too.

    Have a lovely holiday season,

    • Mama Bear says:

      I am so proud of you Matthew for being you! I am so happy for you that you have a supportive family. It is my holiday wish that everyone could. It is a hard path for the transgender community. They are blessed to have you among them. I celebrate you Matthew this Holiday and your beautiful, unique, courageous friends!

  4. Catharine says:

    As a gay teenager coming from a very dysfunctional/intolerant family, I wanted to say thank you. My mom has been abusive my whole life and I know I never want her to know that I’m gay. I started crying as I read this because it’s always felt like I never had a real mother, and you’ve taken that motherly place today. Thank you so much for your kind, accepting words <3

    • Shamama says:

      I am so sorry for your family situation and abuse… and we are so glad to be here for you Catherine! Every child deserves love… and YOU are here for a reason! HUGS to you, Shamama

    • Jackie says:

      Catharine, My heart breaks for you. Our own daughter came out to us as a teenager and I know how challenging it can be for her with supportive parents. I’ll be holding a special place in my heart for you throughout these holidays especially. Like my two teenage daughters, you deserve to be loved just as you are. We’re all here for you, luv. We are 40 moms who have open hearts and love you unconditionally. I believe unaccepting parents and family really love us deep down, they just are afraid or don’t know how to show it. It’s not really about you at all…it’s their own inner struggle. You have a safe place in our hearts Catharine. Much love and big hugs…xo

    • Mama Bear says:

      My precious Catharine, I love you exactly as you are. You are perfect. Know that there is absolutely nothing wrong with you. My sweet Catharine, I am so proud of you for knowing who you are! It’s a hard thing to know when you have a painful life. You are truly a miracle Catharine, a precious miracle!!!

  5. Crisso says:

    My name is Crisso… okay, well, actually it’s not, but I’m not comfortable revealing my real name. So for all intensive purposes, my name is Crisso.

    This past October marked a very important date. It is the date that as of 3 years ago officially I lost my mother. She was my world. She raised me all by herself, without any help from anyone. It was always me and her. I did not have any siblings, and I do not know my father. This is the basis for what is what.

    I was 11 when I really knew that I was gay, I mean- I always knew, but it was then that I knew. At the age of 14 I came out as bisexual, only to later come out as gay. Very soonly after in fact. I think less than a few months later I turned 15 and that’s when I did it. My mother struggled quietly for about a week, and then bucked up and was proud to be my mother. In fact, I wasn’t even really aware of the small struggle she had.

    Later on, I found out her struggle was only because she was hiding too. You see, she was 18 when she got pregnant with me, 19 when she had me. I was not the product of a consensual process between two people. I was the product of something that was a mistake made by a young man who was confused but thought it best to take advantage of a young confused woman. It happened, and I hold no grudge. (If I did, I wouldn’t be proud of being who I am.)

    My mother passed away in 2009; shortly before this she came out to me. She expressed that she was sort of crushing on a cashier at wal*mart. She said she noticed that the cashier had a rainbow bracelet. She asked me how to find out if that cashier was already involved in a relationship. I remember our conversation so clearly. Mother to daughter, lesbian to lesbian, queer girl, to queer girl. It was so freeing and rationalizing. I knew at that moment that no matter what happened in my life, I was my mothers child.

    I apologize for the mass of text that just ensued. If you’ve taken the time to read this I finally am at my point. This, Mama Bear, this letter you wrote… I read over the others, a good bit of them too. But your letter specifically, it was written like my mother used to write.

    She was an excellent writer. So smart despite everything. And… and I burst into tears when I read this. Not really burst, just kind of let it happen. Tears streamed down my cheeks because you sound like how she sounded. I miss her to no end, but things like this make me realize that as unique as we are, we are also similar in so many ways to so many others. That we can be who we are and still be inside other people.

    I think sometimes we do things without realizing the people we can touch through those things. The smallest things. You took possibly thirty minutes out of a single day, and you just made my holidays. You made the last bit of this awful year I’ve had. You’ve just been the cherry on the top of my ice cream sundae. I hope you continue writing Mama Bear, because you’re an excellent writer. And I hope you continue this every year. Because you never know who it might effect.

    Thank you once again, Mama Bear, thank you from the bottom of my heart. <3

    • Mama Bear says:

      Oh my sweet baby girl, I am so proud of the woman are! I am wrapping you in love as your mother did and does. You are not alone, you are the child of my heart.

      • Crisso says:

        Your words mean the world to me. I only wish that there are others that appreciate you as much as I appreciate you. As much as you deserve to be appreciated.

        Thank you again.

    • Jackie says:

      Aw Crisso….YOU brought tears to my eyes! As much as we are doing this to give love, I have to tell you as a mom it warms my heart to read how much you and your mom loved one another. This is so much of what we want for our children–to feel loved and wholly supported. So glad you feel your mom in MamaBear’s love. Thank YOU for this holiday gift to my ‘mother’s heart.’ Xoxo

  6. Margo says:

    Thank you so much, Mamabear, for this message and for the snowflake! It’s so nice to know that there will always be supportive moms out there. When I came out to my mother she had a hysterical crying fit and said I wasn’ther perfect daughter anymore. Your message made me cry in happiness, because it reminded me what it felt like to have a loving and accepting mom.
    Happy Holidays, Mamabear, I’ll definately remember this message when I feel down over the Holidays <3 Much love and many hugs,

    • Mama Bear says:

      Lovely Margo, just like very snowflake is perfect, YOU, Margo, are perfect. If I was there when you came out, I would have hugged you and told you how very proud I am of you for knowing who you are! You are perfect in every way Margo. I celebrate you Margo, for being you, glorious you !!!

  7. Kalee says:

    Thank you so very much for this. I love my parents dearly, and I know that they love me, too, but I fear they will be forever in denial of who I am. They force me to be like everyone else. And that’s why I feel that your message is so special – it will something I’ll never have, a mother than embraces the different, unique part of me. You make me feel like maybe it isn’t such a bad thing at all, being the strange one of the family. Thank you so much for the love you’ve given me.

    • Mama Bear says:

      My Precious Kalee, you are not the strange one in your family, you are the unique special one! You know who you are, that is amazing! I want to shout it to the world, “look at Kalee, she is a miracle!” You are a miracle of love, YOU, Kalee , are exactly who you are supposed to be. I celebrate you!

  8. Kate says:

    Thank you so, so much for this. You managed to make me cry, because this was exactly what I have needed to hear. I’ve had depression for years, and it hasn’t gone away, and it always gets worse around the holidays because other people are happy with themselves and I’m not, so that’s just one more way I’m different. And everyone is holding hands, and I”m asexual and I feel very lonely. I am fortunate enough to have a loving, accepting family, but it’s the time of year when I need all the support I can to get through. I’ve been different all my life thanks to various disabilities, my sexual orientation, and my gender orientation (I happen to be neutrois), and your message that I matter, that every thing I do or don’t feel is valid, it’s just… I have no more words.

    • Mama Bear says:

      My Sweet Kate, I am so proud of you for being true to who you are! Know this Kate, there is absolutely nothing wrong with you. You were born a very special unique person, like no one else in the whole world. I celebrate you Kate for being you !!

  9. SuzyQ says:

    You know, it’s hard for me to believe there are moms out there willing to share these words so freely . .to people they don’t even know. Children they don’t know who are longing to hear these words from those that are supposed to love them. Wondering what is so wrong with them that their own mothers can’t love them. I lost my mom this year, and the chance that she would ever say she was proud of me, that she loved me just the way I was, that she was sorry for all the pain she caused . . . I always thought I would be happy to lose her, knowing she couldn’t hurt me any longer, but the pain of knowing that those words never came hurt more than I could have EVER imagined. Thank you Mamabear for sharing a small bit of your obviously LARGE heart with us. I am loved by a partner who would give her world for me, but there’s no replacement for the love, voice, and safety of a mom. Thanks for the adoption this holiday!

    • Mama Bear says:

      Oh my sweet SuzyQ! I am sad for all the pain you have had. I know it’s been really hard for you. I am here for you, as your adopted mom, to tell you how very proud I am of you. You are living a life true to yourself and who you are ! You are a beautiful authentic woman. Really, I couldn’t be more proud of you SuzyQ.

  10. Terri says:

    I loved your message. As a mom of 4 daughters, it’s hard for me to wrap my brain around parents who turn their backs to their kids. I also can’t imagine living without coming out. How awful society can be! I hope each LGBT gets the love and support they need, and deserve. Thanks for being there!

    • Mama Bear says:

      I am so proud of the mom you are Terri. I know you are an authentic loving mother, raising four daughters, to be authentic, loving women!
      You are Awesome!

  11. Janine says:

    And the award for the greatest mom in the world goes to mamabear ! Your kids must be filled with so much love and joy for the Amazing mom they have. I listened to your message and can not stop crying if only all parents could be like this, I know my mom loves me but I terrified of losing her when she finds out I’m bi sexual,but your words give me strength to know that I will be ok , as I sit here crying I can almost feel your loving arms around me. Thank you mama bear for your love it means everything to all of us LGBTQ.

    • Mama Bear says:

      My Lovely Janine, I am sitting here with my arms wrapped around you, holding you and soothing you. It will all be ok, you are a beautiful, strong woman, who knows herself well. Breathe, and know you, Janine, are loved for the woman you are!

    • Mama Bear says:

      I have my arms wrapping around you with love and support my sweet precious Noelle!

  12. Liam says:

    Thank you so much. I don’t think I can ever put words to how much this whole project means to me. Your heart is beautiful, just… thank you.

    • Mama Bear says:

      Thank You Liam. I want you, sweet Liam, to know how much you mean to me. You are a precious gift to me and to this world Liam.
      Know that my heart is full of love for you, for being you, the person you were born to be!

  13. Ariana says:

    Oh my god…..I am crying now.Hearing things like this,makes me feel like I truly belong.I live in Oklahoma,and it is so hard.I always want to be myself,but I know I can’t down here in the bible belt.It’s nice to know people care in this world.
    I don’t feel so alone anymore.
    Thank you so,so,SO much.

    • Mama Bear says:

      My Sweet Ariana. I really hear how hard it is for you. I am so proud of you for being yourself to you! YOU know who you are, that is
      something to celebrate! Many people never get there.
      I celebrate you Ariana!

  14. Nico says:

    Thank you so much. This is such a meaningful thing you’ve done for me. Your voice is so soothing and genuine. I can’t express my appreciation, not only to you, but also to the other moms.

    • Mama Bear says:

      My Precious Nico. I truly do love and care for you. You are a beautiful person exactly as you are! Know that you are wrapped in love this Holiday season

  15. Crow R. says:

    I just… sat here… listen to all the moms… and start crying… crying and shaking for 40 minutes…. i can’t… i can’t really describe how wonderfull all of this is…… i’m a lesbian… i’m engaged, and it hurts me every single day that i can’t really tell my mom that i have a girlfriend… she already met her, like a friend, but even then she doesn’t really like her… so… thinking that… a mother… is proud of my, proud of who i am, proud that i like girls instead of boys…. proud that… simply i’m me… i can’t describe how i feel… the tears… are really because i finally feel acepted for someone…someone who call me her child, i can’t… i really can’t tell how truly happy i’m…. thanks…. really, thanks.

    • Mama Bear says:

      I am so proud of you Crow. You are a strong, courageous woman. I am so excited that you are engaged. You and your girlfriend are so blessed to have each other. I celebrate you, I celebrate that you know who you are, I celebrate that you like girls, I celebrate your love. I love and accept you Crow, because you are you!

  16. Briana A says:

    I was on the interwebs when i came across this blog. You and every other mother out there that did this are beautiful souls. i wish the best for all of you. even though i’m straight i still felt so much love and compassion in your message that it moved me to tears. I thank you for that. Happy Holidays. 🙂

    • Mama Bear says:

      Thank you Briana, you are truly a sweetheart! Straight kids need a mama’s love too! Here is a big hug full of love for you Briana.

  17. Claire says:

    Thankyou so so much. I’m crying you have no idea how much this means to me and I bet loads of others in the LGBT community. thanks for not judging me and caring even though we have never met.

    • Mama Bear says:

      My Sweet Claire, I want to wrap you in love while you cry your healing tears. I don’t judge you I celebrate you for being you. You, my precious Claire, you are perfect. There is absolutely nothing wrong with you. Always remember that!

  18. Jonathan says:

    Thank you so much for writing (and the audio-reading) this. I’m blessed enough, as a young man just graduating from university, to have support from my family. but so many of my trans* brothers and sisters don’t share the same blessing and its great to see mamas who are willing to step up and welcome us into their hearts. Thank you.

    • Mama Bear says:

      Thank you Jonathan, I am so happy that you have a supportive family. I wish you much love and joy this holiday!

  19. Yasmin says:

    I’m crying so much right now. I’d never be accepted by my mother as bisexual, but to hear someone telling me they do accept me..It’s an amazing feeling. I’m 14 and I’ve been seriously ill and in pain for four years now, I’ve been so stressed and depressed, I’ve tried to kill myself, but reading these letters and hearing all the love and acception, made me forget about everything bad and filled me with such a great feeling.
    Thank you so much, you’re saving lives.
    Honestly, thank you.

    • Mama Bear says:

      My darling Yasmin. I am here, wishing I could take some of your pain baby girl. You are such a brave soul to continue the fight. I have so much love for you. I want you to know that. You are not alone, if you want, feel my arms wrapped around you. Holding you, and soothing you. I not only accept you, Yasmin, exactly how you are, I celebrate you!

  20. fiona says:

    you are truly amazing people it really helps to hear and read things like this.it shows the world really is moving on and maybe oneday i could have the courage to tell my mother and hope she reacts the same way you awesome mums do thanks

    • Mama Bear says:

      Lovely Fiona, I wish for you a holiday wrapped in love. You are exactly who you are meant to be. I celebrate you!

  21. Cat says:

    Thank you. I don’t know if you have kids, but they’re really lucky.
    I just, wanted to acknowledge that.
    Thank you. Something like this mean a lot, not only to me but to a lot of other who have even less than I do.
    You are lovely.

    • Mama Bear says:

      Thank you Cat ! I am a mama of my kids and I have a big heart to hold you and others that need a mama. You are very sweet!

  22. Katy says:

    This is kind of amazing. Thankyou so much for this. I’m asexual, so am still kind of excluded from stuff like lgbt, and I know for a fact that my parents don’t believe that my orientation exists. Sometimes I feel like I want to come out to them, but I really know that they’ll react badly.

    Just… I appreciate this so much. Thankyou.

    • Shamama says:

      Katy, I KNOW your orientation exists. We offer our love to you! Hugs, Shamama

    • Mama Bear says:

      My precious Katy
      For you the path is hard, being a minority as an asexual, in an already minority community of LGBTQ.
      I accept you and celebrate you for who you are. In the rainbow there are not only six colors, but all the colors in between. In my eyes, that makes you quite special !

  23. Sarah says:

    My brother and I had this link sent to us from a friend as our Christmas present. (I’m a lesbian, he’s trans) I’ve been holding him all night as he sobbed and read these letters over and over, and now it’s midday at school, I’m starting to cry too. All of these letters are amazing, but yours reaches out to us. Our mom told me how “disappointed” she was in me when I came out to her, and refuses to even acknowledge that my brother is trans. I wish our mother would love us as much as you do. Gabe and I love you so much, and we’ve never even met you, and probably never will.

    Thank you. Oh my God, thank you so much. You are saving lives just by writing a letter. And for a moment it felt like we had our old mom back.

    Thank you – love from Sarah and Gabriel

    • Mama Bear says:

      Sarah my sweet, I want you to know how very proud of you I am. Coming out takes a lot of courage. I wish I could have been there to celebrate your proclamation of you ! You deserve to be celebrated baby girl. And in your tears you deserve to be held and comforted. Know that I love you Sarah, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with you. I am glad you and Gabe have each other.

      My sweet boy Gabe. I know you are a gift to me and to the world. I congratulate you on knowing yourself so well, and being true to yourself as you are. You are AMAZING ! There are not enough people like you to show us the way. Nothing is more important than being you. I love you exactly as you are

  24. Billie Sage says:

    Happy holidays Mama Bear, and Love and Joy to all the young ones reading these and finding a moment of Love.

  25. Bev says:

    This is just amazing. I came out to my Mam just before last Christmas and her response was to kick me out of the house.
    I wish this website existed then, or if it did, that I knew about it. Just hearing acceptance and compassion from anyone like this makes me break down and cry.
    It’s been almost a year now, and she still can’t accept it or me, and I still feel so alone and uncared for.
    So thank you. So much. For saying these kind things and for caring so much about a stranger’s child who is far away and hurting.

    • Shamama says:

      Bless you Bev… maybe those are good tears… finally? We are sending love! So many moms here will be thinking of you this holiday season. Hugs! Shamama

      • Bev says:

        Thank you so much Shamama. This all means so much to me. I’m trying not to cry as I’m sitting in a hospital waiting room with a friend and she needs my support right now.
        But I feel like I have more strength now from all of you, to hold it together here.

    • Mama Bear says:

      Sweet lovely Bev. How hard this year has been for you.
      With all my heart I accept you for the beautiful person you are ! I want you to know I do care about you Bev. If I were there when you came out last Christmas I would have wrapped you in my arms and danced for joy for the gift of you !

      • Bev says:

        Thank you so much Mamabear.
        Your words mean a lot to me. I would hug you if I could. You are so very kind and caring and make me feel much happier.

  26. Viktor Elias says:

    Oh. My. God. My heart. Thank you so much. You don’t know how much this means to me, and probably hundreds, if not more, LGBT kids out there. I came out to my mom on October 21. Just last month. The day before my birthday. She didn’t take it as well as I had hoped. I hadn’t cried in 4 years, and I cried myself to sleep that night. But I told my brothers about it the next day. They were great about it. I don’t know what I would have done if they hadn’t been so accepting. Anyways, all my life I’ve wanted my mom to sit down with me and have a conversation with me telling me that it’s ok to be different. That different was better. That she still loved me the same no matter what.

    • Mama Bear says:

      Precious Viktor
      You are so courageous! I am really proud of you for coming out to your family, for proclaiming who you are.I am sad for you that your mom wasn’t there for you the way you needed her to be.
      If I were your mom I would have given you a big hug and celebrated with you! I would have made you a big birthday cake with a rainbow of stars on it !!! I see you as a bright shining star Viktor. I LOVE that you are different my precious Viktor.

  27. Skylar says:

    I just wanted to say I’ve been sitting here sobbing for about an hour, half of it is because I know my family, my parents, my own mother would hate me and will have highly different opinions of my once I come out to her. This holiday will be one of the hardest ones for me, because I’ve been starving for the love and acceptance. These words are words I wish I could hear my mother say with such a sweet voice and reassuring voice. As soon as I heard this I instantly started crying, shaking even. I felt if even for a moment accepted and loved. The way I wished my own mother would be, instead of her constantly trying to change me. I just found this blog, but I’m going to listen to the other messages as well…as soon as I can pull myself together.

    Thank you…for giving me those vital few moments of love. If only I was blessed with such an accepting and understand mother.

    • Shamama says:

      Bless you dear Skylar!!! I love Mamabear’s voice too, like a soft velvet blanket you can sink into. Thank you Mamabear! Maybe this year will be not so hard as it might have been Skylar. LOVE to you!

    • Mama Bear says:

      Sweet Skylar
      I hear how much pain you are in right now. my heart truly aches for you. I love and accept you just as you are. I would not change you for anything in the whole world. You, Skylar, my sweet precious Skylar, you are

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