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Some of Our Favorite Bloggers Wearing CAbi

May 8, 2014

In honor of Mother’s Day this week, we thought it would be appropriate to showcase some of our favorite mommy bloggers wearing CAbi.  As most of us women do, these women wear many hats, juggling their businesses, families, and all of the other demands of life.  We were honored to see and hear that they turn to our CAbi pieces to look beautiful and stylish. We asked each of them what motherhood means to them, and you can find their answers below, along with photos of them with their adorable children.

On behalf of everyone at the CAbi Home Office, “Happy Mother’s Day!” to all of you out there who we know truly have the toughest, yet most rewarding, job in the world.  In case you missed Tuesday’s blog post, see how different generations of our fans wear CAbi here.

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The Mrs. & The Momma“Motherhood is the most important calling on Earth.  It is my job to protect, nurture, guide, encourage, and teach my children … and the best part is, I get the rewarding blessings of raising (hopefully) wonderful people.  Motherhood is absolutely divine.”

Featured: Lifeboat Tee, Ivy League Shorts

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Style of Sam“Motherhood is better than everything I ever imagined.  My husband and I wanted a family for over seven years before we were blessed enough to adopt our son.  He is our everything.  To me, motherhood means unconditional love, a space in my heart filled with joy and laughter, hugs and kisses, and lots of hope.  Motherhood is the excitement every morning to start the day with our little guy and watch him learn and grow.  Motherhood is a blessing.”

Featured: Fall ’13 Multi Topper (as a halter)

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Little Style File“Motherhood means living in the moment and enjoying the daily giggles, hugs, and smiles.”

Featured: Anorak

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The Little Style File“As the mom to a newborn for the third time, to me motherhood means pushing my limits in every way possible. From literally pushing through pain in childbirth, to pushing the limits of my patience while trying to get all three out the door. Not to mention I’ve far exceeded what I thought were my limits of exhaustion!  But really, motherhood has pushed my limits of love. I never knew I could love three little people so much. Or be so proud of a first smile, a dance recital, or all A’s on a report card … or experience such joy! Motherhood has shown me I’m stronger than I ever imagined, and I try every day to make my three children as proud of their mom as I am of them.”

Featured: Chelsea Topper

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Lady & The Blog“Motherhood means happiness and joy, laughs and late nights, hugs and kisses. It’s every delightful emotion rolled into one. Motherhood is life’s greatest gift.”

Featured: Life Jacket, Newport Pant, Geo Cami

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Bon Bon Rose Girls“For me, motherhood means having a stronger sense of purpose than I ever knew was possible. I am certain I was born to be the mama of my precious babies!”

Featured: Clover Camo Jegging, Needle Lace Shell

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The Stylish Housewife“My son has taught me the meaning of ’Happiness is a journey, not a destination.’ Before I had him, I was guilty of wishing my life away. And now seeing the world through his eyes, I enjoy living in the moment. Life is so much sweeter having him in it. Every day is an adventure!”

Featured: Indie Jean, Pompom Scarf

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MomGenerations“Motherhood means everything to me. I always dreamed of having a big family when I was a little girl, and seeing my 4 handsome sons and my beautiful daughter … it warms my heart to see my dream alive. Being a mom is the most important and the most special thing in the world to me. My children are my heart, my soul, my inspiration … they are simply, my everything.”

Featured: Indie Jean, Seaside Pullover

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My Life While Shopping: “What motherhood means to me has been evolving over time. Now that I have teenagers it’s a lesson in letting go. I like to compare it to riding a bike. In the early years, I taught them how to sit on the bike, balance, and steer. Now that they’re older, I’m giving them a push in the right direction and hoping for the best. I know they’ll eventually make a wrong turn or take a fall, but that’s what life is all about. It’s my job to let them make mistakes, and provide gentle guidance and support to help them get back on the path that’s right for them.”

Featured: Simple Cami (Daffodil), Printed Eliza, Daffodil Cardi

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Glamamom“Motherhood is rolling up your sleeves and getting dirty.”

Featured: Colony Club Dress