“You asked for a child, and there she is. You have her!” my husband would always tell me this when I complain of not having energy to get out of the house and do any activities with her.
I am beyond grateful and I am reminded how faithful God is when the little one came after being told by my doctor that I can’t conceive.
Today, is her last day of summer since school will be tomorrow. My body and mind is set to stay in the house and to accomplish what’s on my to-do-list. But she wants to have fun.
Life as we all know is not always about us. It is hard but I learn to be flexible, manage my time, manage to smile and watch my attitude when my plan is interrupted.
I was cranky at first, while planning and looking where we can go today.
When she came to me, and said, “Thank you Mama for thinking of me,” it just crushed my heart in a good way.
Switching off negative attitude results gratitude.
I am not giving credit to myself but it is good to think of the ones you love first amidst a list of household chores because there should be great memories (at least try the best we can) in every moment that this life brings us.
Blessings to all the Mama’s and Papas!
And the world is passing away along with its desires, but whoever does the will of God abides forever. 1 John 2:17