Hey Mama, Just stopping by with a little reminder. Life’s not about formulas. Well, it was for Baby Z for his first year of life, but I digress. Funny how babies love that stuff. But formula won’t last forever, and parenting is so far beyond that anyway. Formulas are for newbies. Amateurs. And a
Hey Mama, Our God is an awesome God who always provides. Has He ever once left you? Are you not His? Just as you love your own dear children, He cherishes His, too. Daughter of the King: You are personally CHERISHED by the God of the universe. He has not forgotten you. The trials
Hey Mama, You got through Monday. You did it. And I know there were moments you suffered from “mad mama” syndrome, but what’s done is done. Good thing your Father is patient and your kids so forgiving. They love you. I think it’s good they see the crud sometimes. They are experiencing real life.
Hey Mama, I have a bunch of kids. We are the “Zoo on Wheels,” I like to say. We went to the circus a while ago –“Zoo meets Circus.” It was fun … and chaotic. After being a mama for thirty years, there have been lots of things my kids have said that have
Hey Mama, Today will take care of itself. And we have a lot of say about the memories our kids are going to have of this particular day with us. TODAY. Will it be sad memories? Stressed-out memories? Furrowed-brow memories? A Mama who loved them but was always down? Or . . . even in
Hey Mama, You have freedom to love, freedom to make choices—good or bad—and freedom to pray. Freedom to read God’s word openly and as often as you want. Freedom to hide Bible verses in your heart (and your kids’ hearts). Freedom to discipline your children in love, to build their character, to mold them into
Hey Mama, Trials will come and go. Some last longer than others, and some are so painful you cannot breathe. It’s easy to ask, “WHY, God?” But really, does He owe us an answer? He’s given us one already, and it’s in His word. There are a vast number of passages that discuss trials and
Hey Mama, You got through today. You did it. And I know there were moments you suffered from “mad mama” syndrome, but what’s done is done. Good thing your Father is patient and your kids so forgiving. They love you. I think it’s good they see the crud sometimes. They are experiencing real life. You’re