Hey Mama, You have too much on your plate. That’s why all this chaos continues. Good news is you are in control to make some smart changes. Get with the hubby and kids – remove some of this extra stuff and lighten your load. Most of the time, we take on more than we
Hey Mama, Do you want to know what the Lord sees that we do not (yet)? He sees the big picture. He sees the reason behind what feels like sheer madness. He sees the reward which comes after the injustices. He sees the growth amidst the pain—and He sees the light around the next
Hey Mama, This is the day that the Lord has made! You are still breathing. Your children are healthy and whole. They ate today. Your lights are still on, and as of this minute. there is gas in your car! There will be dinner on the table tonight. You have friends who love you,
Hey Mama, Tears are not always a bad thing. I know you’ve had your fair share lately. Did you know the Lord your God notices? He uses these times to bring you closer to Him. “My tears have been my food day and night, while they say to me all day long, ‘Where is
Hey Mama, You’ve heard the saying about how when your kids are little, they step all over your feet, but when they become teens or young adults, they step all over your heart. Heart pain is far, far worse than foot pain. This is because of “the investment.” See, all these years you had
Hey Mama, Right now it’s a frenzy. Feed them, house them, school them, disciple them. Clean, cook, answer calls, pay bills, show up, be available, clean up the crises. And there are plenty of those these days. Fast forward 10-20 years: You’re not young. But you have grandkids. Your children are still your life.
Hey Mama, Did you know that some of the sweetest days you will ever have, haven’t even happened yet? The time in your life you laughed so hard you could barely breathe—that day isn’t here just yet. And the way you look at your child the day they get married . . . you
Hey Mama, We’re past the weekend, and it’s time to nestle into the school week . . . and work hard. Work hard. Really? You know, Mama, it’s OK to take an extended break sometimes. If Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday needs to be a day off, too, do it. Play games, spend time reading