Something to Believe In: The Sisterhood of Motherhood

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As we continue to read through the many (and important, every last one of them) write-ups about BlogHer '12, I stumbled upon one that I really just had to share with our BlogHer Moms readers. If you missed the special keynote with Soledad O'Brien, Christy Turlington Burns and Malaak Compton-Rock, you missed a beautiful, inspiring little gem about how we, as mothers, are more alike than different. Amy at Using Our Words wrote -- so beautifully -- about the moment and how it shaped her conference experience.

She shares her "a-ha" moment:

Interview with ChristyYou see, when you go to one of these bloggy conferences, you’re supposed to arrive with a 15-second summary of what your blog is all about. Since there are about a gazillion parenting bloggers, I’ve always struggled with what sets me apart. (Besides the most sincere, supportive, insightful readers, that is.)

But on Saturday afternoon, Christy Turlington, who was speaking on a panel about her charity Every Mother Counts, used a phrase that lit a fire inside of me.

“The sisterhood of motherhood”

Yes. Yes! That, that is what I believe in.

If you're interested in more from that keynote, read our liveblog, but don't miss the rest of Amy's great post.

Read more from In Support of the Sisterhood of Motherhood at Using Our Words

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