So often, my running self-talk as a mom reminds me what I’m getting wrong.
Boy, did I feel the mom-guilt this past Easter when our schedule was so packed that I never filled Easter baskets and we never got to our annual egg hunt.
It’s often crystal clear when I’ve fallen short — especially with bigger things like losing my temper when I should have remained calm or doubting my kids when I should have trusted.
While we need to own our mistakes, we also need to acknowledge what we’re doing well.
Let’s celebrate that today – not to boast but to affirm our work as moms. Here’s to living out well the kind of mom God has made us!
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I’ve written a list of 10 of the best things I’ve done as a mom over at iMOM and I’d love to have you read the rest. What would you add to the list?