My son gave me lots to tell. I’m a story-teller. It was all in good fun. Until my husband started noticing something.
Are you a mom who was a child of the 80s? Where there’s a case for efficiency, I’ll drop the space. But I’ll never get on board with the idea that one is better than two. #TBT #MomTexts #CantKeepUp
As parents, we want more than anything to get this job right. We read. We listen. We pray. We trust. But there’s rarely someone to say, “Good job, mom,” or “Way to go, dad.” We just keep stepping through each stage, making it up as we go and hoping we get more right than wrong. I received a grade one day. And it’s not what you might think.
Some lessons can only be learned the “hard” way while others can be internalized early. I’ll always be on your side. Always your greatest cheerleader. Always praying. Love, Mom.
Parents letting go as their children grow (at any stage) experience an internal pull of opposite emotions. Read more about this beautiful dance. Sometimes in sync. Sometimes out of step. But always before the throne of God.
See what you can learn from the example of Mordecai, as well as sage advice from other parents who have walked a mile in your shoes. ~ Spoiler alert: God STILL has work for you to do and you will ALWAYS be relevant and needed!