Not only does he see firsthand how food is grown, he takes pride in helping me tend to the plants and harvest the bounty!
It was so fun to read about myself and maybe even realize that what I thought was maybe a weakness was really a strength.
We are not experts, but we’ve learned a lot over the past several years and have stepped into a gracious place of peace with our finances.
I hope that in seeing an act of kindness, they can learn to help others and be kind to others without judging, and regardless of circumstances.
So moms out there, don’t be surprised when your adult child returns home and seems to be dancing between being a child and trying to be an adult.
As much as I miss the baby years, they give way to some pretty cool stuff that comes with growing up. Those moments and stages are also irreplaceable.
I had this nagging feeling that I was meant for more. I had lost myself over the years as my identity became entwined with my mom-ness.
Are you familiar with the term mindfulness? It is a synonym of conscious living. It is my top coping skill that I use most often with my children.
No child should ever live a life where they struggle to get food. But it happens. All the time. How do I teach my children about hunger?
I don’t know how it clicked in my head, but the moment I realized I’d made motherhood into an idol, was the day everything shifted for me.