Moms, it is hard today. It will be hard tomorrow, to0. Different hard. But we really can do HARD things. And it is so GOOD, too. We just have to trust.
I wish I could tell her to have faith and trust Jesus...with her heart and her babies and her husband's addiction and her life.
Let go of the stressing and striving. Let go of distraction and discontentment. Let go of chasing perfection. Your kids don't want perfect...they just want you.
Thank goodness in the middle of all my striving and treading and spluttering and drowning, I realized we are not meant to live this life on our own.
I know more than you think I do when you come in my office with tears in your eyes to tell me you don't feel well.
I'm pretty sure no mom ever had Teenager Fever...
Maybe if I’m just more prepared. Maybe if I start a little earlier. Maybe if I plan just the right back-to-school breakfast and after school snack. Maybe it won’t be a total shitshow.