She Declared it “Mom Day”

She Declared it “Mom Day”

It was Saturday. I was cranky and every inch of my body ached. She knocked on my door and said “Mom, come see this.” I wasn’t too excited to get up from resting my aching muscles, but I did.

She walked me to the kitchen. She said, “Today is Mom Day, look.” She pointed to the calendar white board where she wrote in with a dry eraser “Mom Day.” Bless her heart for having the sense to use the right marker. It was the cutest thing ever.

Liv also handed me a card that she made for me. She is always so thoughtful that sometimes I can’t help but hold and squeeze her. Saturday was declared my day off by Liv and I was sent away to rest on my bed. She insisted.

How did I birth such an amazing human? I know, but I don’t want to toot my own horn.

What are some of the sweetest things that your child/children have done for you?

Conversations with Toddlers: Not Because I Have to

Conversations with Toddlers: Not Because I Have to

This morning, I walked into the bathroom to help my 5 year old put toothpaste on her toothbrush. She looked at me with her big brown eyes ready to ask a question. For about two weeks now, she has been talking and asking a lot about marriage, getting older and Continue reading “Conversations with Toddlers: Not Because I Have to”