Let me start this letter off by saying that I am in no way in your shoes. I don't have any kids, and I'm not in an ongoing situation with my famous child's father, nor do I know the details of the issue or know you personally. All I know is what I've heard in interviews, what I've seen on Instagram, and on Twitter.
I'm a writer, who is in love with the arts, and who just happens to adore you, your talent, and your adorable baby Violet Nash. I know what it's like to not have a father in my life... and if what you say is true, unfortunately, Violet does too. I hope things change, because an absent father can be the most devastating hurdle in any little girl's life.
Girls only get one dad and no one can ever fill that void.
What I do see and know is how much you love your daughter. It's evident in the pictures you share with your fans. They usually have some touching caption such as, "#MilianHeiressLife my Love My Life. Hand in Hand. I'm hers forever..." words that show your unconditional love, continued support, and genuine affection for Violet.
This morning, I saw your interview with Houston's 97.9, in which after a while, you seemed uncomfortable - like you thought you may have suffered from word vomit, like maybe you said too much, or said something wrong.
It inspired me to write you, and let you know that you are a commendable mother and that Violet will never, ever forget you or love anyone more than she loves you!
I don't know your ex-husband's side ... we've never had a conversation, so this is not to bash him, but it is in celebration of you as a great mom.
Mothers like you are never thanked enough, you're never showed enough love, and amongst all the crude, insensitive, and disrespectful comments being made, I'd like to be someone who simply encourages you to continue doing what you've been doing to keep your daughter SO happy!
You are her one-woman army; keep fighting for her!
With much love and respect,