C-Birth: 5 Quotes to Live By

April is cesarean awareness month, and I want to share with you five (5) inspiring quotes for moms who gave birth through cesarean.

These quotes give me assurance and comfort, that although it was not the “natural” way, I am still the best mom to my child, and you are too! ๐Ÿ’•


A child is a blessing to a mother, and birth is amazing no matter how it happens.

May we remember the birth of our child and

how strongly we pulled it off, with blood, sweat, and tears!

You are one strong momma!


I love my baby so much, that I will do anything to get my baby out of my body, alive.

Lay me out, cut me open, because my baby is worth it.

A mother’s sacrifice for the love of her child.


How far are you willing to go?

How much are you willing to sacrifice?

A mother’s courage as she goes through a c-section is unimaginable.

It requires the most courage.

It shows bravery, sacrifice, and mothering in its purest form.

The willingness to lie down.

To risk her life, so her child may be born.

For the little one to live.


I had a plan.

A plan to deliver my baby in a “natural” birth.

But God had other plans, far greater than I had in mind.

I lifted it all up to Him.

I trusted His greatness,

for I know that He is in control of all things possible and impossible.

Not everything in life goes according to the plan.

Not even the birth of my child.

It is ok.

Let go, and let God.


How do you define motherhood?

Is it when you give birth to a child?

Or taking good care of your little one?

Motherhood is so much more than that.

It is a choice you make every day.

To put someone else’s happiness and well-being ahead of you.

To teach the hard lesson.

To do the right thing.

It is a tough job, but I would not exchange it for anything else.

My these quotes give you strength, confidence and comfort as you admire the scar(s) on your body when you brought your most precious one into this world.

Be proud!

Share happiness, share love! โค๐Ÿ’•

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