Hey Mama, I stopped by to share a little something about a FORMULA I found for creating the perfect Mama. Did you know that the secret to happiness is following formulas? I figured you didn’t know. So here I am. Every morning, get up and do the same thing. Never vary. If your child cries,
Hey Mama, So much to be thankful for. Look at this time last year. You have grown. There have been trials, tribulations, problems, hurtful seasons, and pain. There has also been joy, new life, friends who have stayed closer than a brother, and blessings from the Lord’s hand so direct that you know it
It may seem tempting some days. Why not send the kids on the public school bus and have the whole day (and the house!) to yourself? Or head off to a job where you can earn some respect and increase the family budget. Wouldn’t that be nice? But . . . wait a minute.
Hey Mama, Today went better than you thought. Let’s see why: Your kids laughed their silly heads off today at least once. They were fed, and they are just FINE. Your house is a disaster, like 99% of other homeschool mommies’ houses are. But all barf and other icky stuff is cleaned up and
Hey Mama, I don’t know about you, but I can always use friends who help me bear the weight of homeschooling and mothering, and sometimes those friends are all that are keeping me in an upright position. (Grin) Just stopping by to remind you to pray tonight. Not that I’d expect you to forget;
Hey Mama, Count the days. Right? You have Monday through the weekend with your kids, and then your week is over. Finito. Done. This particular week will be forever gone. Any opportunities we choose not to seize, any moments we decide not to give that hug and kiss, any choices we make to scowl
Hey, Mama! Let’s talk about God’s provision a little more. It’s a major issue with many homeschooling Mamas, and I want to make sure we have the right perspective on the Lord and His will for our lives. It’s a reality that we need things. Look around your home; we have drawers and closets
Hey, Mama! You gotta know this: they will utterly fail sometimes. Your children are a work in progress, so resist the temptation to think they have arrived. You are setting yourself up for disappointment or even anger if you do. Think about your own walk with the Lord. He is the perfect Parent. There