Tag Archives: motherhood

What I’m not saying

It’s hard to remember how or when it started, exactly. Maybe somewhere in between the pipe in the laundry room bursting and the children’s newfound habit of sneaking food from the table and making messes of it in the closet … Continue reading

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one thirty nine, for me.

O Lord, you have searched my heart and known my life. You know my sitting down, my sleeping in past the alarm, my rest in front of the needless TV screen; you know my rising up, my hesitant waking to … Continue reading

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Errant Toddlerdom

Charlotte Mason wisely wrote, “I think a mother gets to understand many things about the dealings of God that are not plain to others.” (Formation of Character, page unknown because I am reading it on an e-reader????). ¬†Pretty good for … Continue reading

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