I decided a long time ago to not let the fear of imperfection stop me from trying.
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Today, it struck me how important it is for our generation to get off our phones and show our kids how to love well.
I think it’s because I know how fortunate we are I feel guilty even saying I want to go back to work, as if having that desire makes me an awful mom.
Maybe it’s how we remember summer when we grew up, what we see friends doing, or what worked last year, but there so many lies telling us our summer isn’t measuring up.
If faith is simply something kids hear about in second period and CCD, they will never understand the beauty, depth and gift of knowing Jesus.
Let’s not let the fear of doing all the things keep us from doing the next thing.
Owning my weaknesses lets my girls know it’s hard, that it’s humbling, but that you never give up. And, more importantly, that I am not defined by my handicap.
Dear younger me, your eyes are going to get us in TROUBLE.
Your people want to help, but they don’t know how if you don’t ask. Let’s be the type of family, believer, and friend that shares our crazy and loves each other out of theirs.