“Don’t judge each day by the harvest that you reap but by the seeds that you plant.”
My motherhood life verse could be, “Do not grow weary in doing good for at the proper time you will reap a harvest if you do not give up.” Galatians 6:9
I think we often feel weary in motherhood because we don’t see the harvest but what we don’t realize is that roots are being established under the soil which we can’t yet see. We are PROMISED there will be a harvest if we do not give up so be encouraged today! Your efforts are not in vain and every moment of sacrifice and service and love and patience is planting seeds and growing roots that will one day produce a harvest! 📸: @erinashleydesign
❣️ SOLD ❣️ Vintage WET by Jacqueline Bronson romper. Satin toucan applique. Also, ironed on palm tree patch appears to be covering a small hole. Resourceful! Tag says Medium, but fits more like a modern Women's Small. .
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Do you ever feel guilty for not FEELING loving toward your kids? Like, you love them but they are driving you so nuts you are having a hard time liking them at the moment?? I had a revelation last night (not as much a revelation as it was a reminder of something I’ve known) and you know what? I think it’s ok! I think it is totally normal and acceptable to not feel warm fuzzies toward our kids every moment, as long as we are still CHOOSING to DEMONSTRATE love regardless of our fickle feelings. For a long time I’ve been a firm believer that love is far more than just a feeling. Real love is a choice. A daily and minute by minute choice to demonstrate love even when you aren’t feeling it, to put another person’s needs above your own, and to humble yourself and show grace and forgiveness time and time again. Heaven knows I need that from my people more than I can mention!! Yesterday was a hard day. I was exhausted from the start when I was awoken 10 mins before my alarm (set to go off so I’m up before them) with the girls screaming and fighting with each other. The day continued much like it started and by the end I’d just had it. I was rude to them and acted childish because they weren’t giving me a minute of space and I thought I was justified because I wasn’t FEELING delight in them at the moment. Then of course after an apology and bedtime I couldn’t stop thinking about why I had felt so ok in the moment acting that way and that’s when I was really convicted about this. It is freeing to be reminded that I don’t have to FEEL delight in my children every second of every day in order to still show them gentleness and delight. I know I have great capacity to love hard to love people because of the way God loves me (one of the most difficult to love people I know-ha!). We can do hard things, mamas. We can love our children when they are at their most unloveable. We can choose to demonstrate love and exercise our patience muscle even when we are exhausted. It’s not in the easy times that we grow, but rather, in the hard times when we have to push through that we build our muscles of patience and self-control and unconditional love.
“I’m a very good man. I’m just a very bad wizard.”
You know, The Wizard of Oz was a carnival man with a balloon act. He went off course one day and when he landed in Oz, everyone thought he was great and powerful. He didn’t want to disappoint them. He had them build the Emerald City and he had them wear green tinted glasses just to make it more green. Then he became so anxious over being discovered that he went into hiding.
This romper is The Romper.
Medium/adjustable string draws waist in.🔥
$45 includes the shipping.
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