God Needs Brave Moms

  1. I’m rooting for you Aubrey! Hard definitely makes us stronger. When I look back on trials in my life I am always grateful that they happened because I can see how much better I have become because of them. It doesn’t make it any less hard to know that, but it does make it feel more worth while to endure. Love ya!

  2. You’ve got this, girl! I’m so sorry for all the awful stuff you are going through and I hope you get some answers soon. Thanks for sharing your positive outlook 🙂 It helps to see other moms being so brave and hopeful!

  3. Lauren says:

    This really spoke to my heart this morning. I’ve just recently come across your blog, and I feel like you’ve just written my feelings exactly. My baby girl is 3.5 months old and I had her while my husband was deployed. He’s been home for just over a month now, and it turns out he’s deploying again in April. I keep thinking to myself how unfair it is, but each time I do, I’m introduced to someone who would love to even have a baby, or be able to get pregnant, or to be healthy, or to have a husband with a steady job and income, and am reminded that this trial isn’t any harder than those that other people go through and I feel a little bit luckier to have what I have. Anyway, this post did that for me today. So thank you! You got this, mama!

    • aubrey.olsen22@gmail.com says:

      Lauren, you are so sweet. THanks so much for taking the time to write a comment! I truly believe though, that we can’t compare our trials because I don’t know if I could do what you do! YOU are the definition of #mombrave and sometimes it’s okay to cry about it for a minute and then wake up the next day and get back up and face it as best as you can. You are such an amazing mama to that little girl and will be so blessed for all the good that both you and your husband are doing. You got this too Mama! So glad we have each other! Xo


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