1. God has uniquely equipped and prepared me for this purpose. As I look back on the major events of my life, I see how God has used each of them to affect me and sometimes change me into the person who became a stay-at-home, homeschooling mom of 3 little boys. I am truly amazed by His goodness.
2. I like quiet. When you’re a college student, newlywed and even a new mom, quiet is something you take for granted. Now I find myself seeking it out!
3. I love being a boy mom. When people see that we have 3 boys, more often than not I get asked if we’re going to “try again for a girl.” I will love all of the children God chooses to bless us with, boy OR girl but I really do love all the superhero, tractor-riding, LEGO moments (except stepping on the LEGOS…that I don’t like so much)
4. My dreams came true. More than anything else, I had always wanted to be a mom. Moreover, I wanted to be a stay-at-home mom. I always had expectations of things I would “need” in order to be able to make that dream happen, though and didn’t think it would be possible. God has shown and is showing me though, that all I need is Him and he will take care of the rest.
5. I love to pray. I find myself calling on God more and more throughout the day tand I’m so blessed by how he answers me that I can’t help but want to pray for others, too.
6. I love reading and studying the bible. I’ve been working my way through 1 Corinthians during my #writetheword time and have been so fascinated by what I’ve learned. Even verses I know have taken on a deeper meaning. I could spend hours reading, analyzing and studying.
7. I am a writer. This is something I never in a million years thought I would say about myself. Homeschooling has apparently brought it out in me, though!
8. I like to be positive and encouraging. I feel that so many times the world or the enemy will try to convince us we “can’t” do things – that we’re not able or strong or qualified enough. I want to be the voice saying “with God’s help, you CAN!”
9. I need to ask for help. Sometimes I feel like I need to conquer the world with a spoon. I get overwhelmed with the tasks I see before me. I have been getting better at acknowledging that I can’t do it all, all the time (without getting burnt out or sick) and have been trying to remember to ask for help BEFORE I get overwhelmed.
10. “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13
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