Are we really available to our children? Do we make time for them and their passions in our busy schedules? Are we really present when we're with them, or are we also elsewhere?
I'll never forget that first time we brought our son home from hospital when he was just two days old. To be honest we probably left prematurely. I felt sick and in pain the whole journey home and yet I sat in the backseat of our little car just to keep a close eye on my beautiful boy, to check he was still breathing. I'd been around children for years, so felt like motherhood would be easy, but ...
This week I've been thinking a lot about promises from God. We know promises are given by God but how do we walk in the good of them? What do you do when you have your promise and yet circumstances just don't seem to line up with what God's said will happen? What do we do while we're waiting and how do we strengthen our faith?
Do you ever feel lacking in purpose in motherhood? Like you're not achieving anything of worth by being at home with your children and you're just filling time? Stay at home mums and working mums alike, we all spend time with our children and yet it can be easy to see this time as menial.
I wonder right now how many people have lost hope. Perhaps you've been through something awful, maybe there's something you're pursuing that hasn't yet turned out as you wanted, or maybe you're just disappointed. Disappointed by life, let down by the way some things have turned out and feeling hopeless. What can you do?
Are you desperate for more sleep and searching for ways to encourage your baby to sleep through the night? If you've read my last post and established your bedtime routine you'll be ready to instigate the training during the night. If you missed the last post you can <a title="Helping Your Baby Sleep Through – Part 1" ...
Are you desperate for more sleep and searching for ways to encourage your baby to sleep through the night? Searching the web or bookstores you'll find countless suggestions as to what works best. But if you don't have time or energy to read through long articles or lengthy books, check out what worked wonders for us.
Becoming a mum is quite possibly one of the biggest life changes we can go through, your time is no longer your own and there are constant demands. If you're a believer in Jesus then I'm sure you'll agree making time for God is important, but how do you prioritise God amongst the necessary demands of motherhood and seemingly endless chores? How do you find time when your energy ...
This week I'm taking part in a blog hop where myself and other bloggers get to share 10 random facts about ourselves that you may not know. It's a been great getting to know other bloggers and reading their incredible posts so please join me in checking theirs out.
Are you fed up of feeling tired, constantly lacking in energy and in need of a lift? You're not alone! There's no doubt being a mummy can be exhausting. We need to get creative in maximising our energy levels. Here's my story of how I went from exhausted to energised within a week: