While mine gets on my nerves sometimes, I actually really like her. One thing I really respect about her is how she raised my husband, on her own, after my husband's dad passed away from cancer when my husband was only 4 years old. She also lost so many other family members along the way to cancer (it's rampant in his family). I can't imagine my husband dying and having a little boy that looks just like him to raise on my own. Somehow, my husband had a great childhood, is respectful and hard-working, and is an AMAZING dad. She did such a good job, and I think that is admirable.
After typing this, but before posting, I actually sent her a message on Facebook to tell her. I've never said anything like that to her before, so it was a little weird, but I thought she deserved to hear it.
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My hubby's bio mom nothing at all!! The woman he calls mom I respect her strength and courage! She is battling cancer and she never gives up she is an amazing woman!
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