Your job is a hard one. It has been a hard job for all mothers, for all of time!
Our shift is 24/7 with no sick days. We’re on call in the middle of the night and early mornings. Our brains run at super speeds. All. The. Time.
We face challenges that leave us feeling helpless and out of control. And then we continue to blame ourselves for still not doing a good enough job.
Life is overwhelming no matter how much you seem to accomplish. Do you feel this way?
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To the tired Mom, you’re not alone!
Photo by Kinga Cichewicz on Unsplash When you’re routinely running low on fumes, is it possible that you need a bigger change? Do any of these 3 areas of your life sound like something you could work on?
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Earlier this week I listed
20 ways the whole family can Keep Christ in Christmas. One activity for younger kids was to “craft your own nativity scene.” So here is one super cute and easy way to make your own.
Do you have toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls? Great! Let’s get started!
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We made it to December! What a great month to celebrate Christmas! Right after the month of being thankful, we celebrate a month of giving.
This warm season can be chaotic. Visiting Santa, baking cookies, sending greeting cards, cutting the tree, decorating the house, buying and wrapping the gifts, family pictures, hosting dinner parties, and the list goes on.
So how can we keep Christ in Christmas?
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