Being a mother is a true honor. As a new mommy, adjusting to motherhood is hard. So much emphasis and information is put into talking about the actual pregnancy and labor, but no one really talks about the days and months after you get home. Post partum depression is real and as much as it takes a village to raise a child, it takes the same village to help a woman become a mother. This book is a love letter from a son to his mother as he recognizes, even as a child brand new to the world, that his mother is learning everyday how to be a mother. Regardless of her ups and downs, her son is her biggest cheerleader and their love is unconditional. This book hopes to provide compassion, support and grace for all new moms learning to wear her new honor proudly.