I’m going to let you in on a little secret: Sometimes I sit down to write for you and I just don’t know hat to say. It isn’t you; it’s the
steady stream of busyness in this household that is bursting at the seams. I want
to give you great ideas and cheer you on,
but sometimes the well is dry.
This time, my gracious editor sug-
gested that I encourage all of you young
ones to capture the time you have in the
best possible ways. There are many ways
I could write to attempt to fortify you to
do so, but I would be absolutely remiss
You are loved.
Not because you chose to have children
and raise them to love Jesus, not because
you made it through a day without los-
ing your cool, not because you found and
enrolled them in a fabulous Christian
them home for their preschool years.
Because;of;what;Jesus chose to do for
And when He did it, He declared, “It is
I sure wish I had understood that
from the top of my head down to my
toes when I was raising only little ones. I
still have a couple of littles in my house,
activity produced by the big people in
old(er) mama who sees the little years for
what they are: a time of growth for both
little ones and their parents.
shout;out;“Jesus!”;as;the;answer;to;every-thing,;but;think;about;it:;He;is the answer to everything! It is no small thing
to observe parents moving through the
observing your responses, and when you
put your hope in the only One Who saves
us in every situation, you are teaching
your toddlers and preschoolers the only
lesson that really matters.
What to Do With Your
best opportunities to move a little more
doer. The years when I had four children
. . . When you put your hope in the only One Who saves us in every situation,
you are teaching your toddlers and preschoolers the only lesson that really matters.