The journey of being a new mom is hard work that never ends. Days can seem to overflow with crying, feedings, dirty diapers, and little sleep or recognition. In the midst of the chaos and cries, we are surrounded by blessings from the new miracle we call baby. 

Sometimes, all we need is an encouraging word spoken at the right time to get through those long, tough days. The more we can see the positive in every situation, the less challenging the demands of motherhood seem.

I've compiled this list of inspiring quotes for new moms just for you: brave, tired, good mama. 

Jun 14, 2019

Perfect Father's Day Quotes

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Inspiring Quotes for New Moms

1. "A mother continues to labor long after the baby is born." ~ Lisa Jo Baker

2. "Men are what their mothers made them." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson 

3. " The Heart of a mother is a deep abyss at the bottom of which you will find forgiveness." ~ Honore de Balzac

4. "No influence is so powerful as that of the mother." ~ Sarah Josepha Hale

5. "There is no way to be a perfect mother, but a million ways to be a good one." ~ Jill Churchill

6. "Her children rise up and call her blessed." ~ Proverbs 31:28

7. "Learn to choose joy instead of chasing it." ~ Sami Cone, from Raising Uncommon Kids

8. "Be brave today. Not perfect. But brave." ~ Rachel Marie Martin from The Brave Art of Motherhood

9. "Never forget that God has a plan and a purpose for your life as a mother." ~Sally Clarkson

10. "Children are not a distraction from more important work. They are the most important work." ~ C.S. Lewis  

I hope these inspiring quotes help you remember that you, mom, are yourself inspiring the next generation. Your work as a new mother matters. Keep the end result of raising up amazing young men and women in mind and know that every day, what you do makes a difference.

Oh, yeah, cherish every moment and sweet, tender baby kiss. As the old adage goes, time flies. 


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Jen Reyneri

Renaissance Woman Jen Reyneri and her husband Luis often live life on the road with their two home-schooled sons. Popular author and speaker, Jen is the founder of WordTraveling.com. Spirited and spirit filled, she savors life, poetic words, sabbaticals and strong coffee.



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