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More than words.

Updated: May 11, 2020

I want to give you something more than just words, sweet momma.

I know you’re tired. I know the little ones pulling at you, always needing something, can drain you quickly of your energy. The work you do is often unnoticed by those around you, sometimes even unnoticed by others living in your home.

I think that is one of the hardest parts, feeling unseen and alone in our work. The mental work of motherhood never stops. When we are away from our children we are wondering if they are being cared for, if they are safe, if they need us, if they ate their vegetables. So many thoughts. So many concerns. So much love.

There are days that my prayers simply consist of an audible “Jesus, Jesus, Jesus” throughout the day. Sometimes it’s all I can get out. And yall it makes a difference. It invites Jesus into the work of motherhood. It helps me lean on Him and it helps me focus on my purpose. And it helps me realize I am not alone. I am seen.

Lean on Jesus. Invite His presence into the mess of motherhood. He loves you. He sees you. He created you for this.

Love well, Momma. You’re not just changing diapers and wiping tears. You are building a legacy. You are building a heritage. You are building His kingdom.

I want to give you something more than just words, sweet Momma.

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