Find your own way of creating memories with your families. Create the moments, and store up those treasures in your heart. These are the moments that we will remember after our kids are gone.
Kids and Work
I find myself constantly asking myself, “How can I do everything as a mom, and do it well?” Unfortunately, I’ve come to the conclusion that it is impossible to do everything well.
Haircuts and Other Tedious Tasks
Each of us moms and dads have to figure out which environments invite our kids to be vulnerable. We have to find those safe spaces and claim them as our own. We only get a short amount of time to speak into their precious lives, and I don’t want to look back and see that I missed it.
When is the last time you’ve just laughed? I need it, and so do you! Laughter really is medicine for the soul!
Don’t Judge Me
We cannot let perceived issues and assumed judgements dictate how we are going to feel about life. Adulting is hard. Parenting is hard. It’s all hard!
Have you had Enough?
Let’s all refocus today on what is important. Let’s really take a close look at our parenting choices and see if we chose them because they are best for our family, or because we are afraid of what other people will think.
Carry on Momma!
“Carry on momma! We can do hard things.” This quote has had me wondering about all of us moms out there and the wide variety of “hard” we face at this current time in our lives.
Back to School
However you feel about the new school year, don’t feel guilty about it. If you miss your kids, celebrate that. And if you are glad to have the routine back (which is a much nicer way to say that you might be glad for them to be gone all day) then rejoice over that.
Adding Another Child
When we found out that I was pregnant with our third child, we were so excited. Yet, we wondered how our kids would react. Would they welcome this baby?