“Are you happy mommy? Are you happy, happy?” This seems to be a constant question that recently has been coming out of my two-year-old daughter’s mouth. In the midst of chaos, sickness and craziness, and even on a random ordinary day, my daughter will suddenly ask me, “Are you happy?” That one simple question has […]
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Thank you, moms. You have served your family and your work is never done. You are the glue that keeps everyone together. It is all worth it. I promise.
There are many benefits (emotional and physical) and of practicing gratitude and being thankful, not just on this one special day, but all year long.
I am a true adult. Marriage. Motherhood. Work. Bills. Responsibilities. Yep, it’s all checked off the “things that make you a grown up” list. But, somehow, I especially feel like I have reached adulthood status during the holidays. The feeling starts creeping in around November 1. The most wonderful time of the year has a […]
Developing thankful children that are full of gratitude is hard. All moms struggle with making sure their children truly appreciate all that they are given. In today’s world of excess, I struggle with making sure my children know how thankful they should be for all we have. We are given one month out of the […]