Posts tagged Redeemed Motherhood
Momma, Life is Here | Marvelous Mundane

When that newborn baby cries louder than any shower concert you’ve given; when a few hours of connected sleep sounds like a fantasy; when it takes longer to get out the door than your average drive, there is life here. Life is found in seeing the face of God, in hearing the voice of God. And this entirely dependent baby, who can’t speak their needs, who can’t voice their fears and discomforts, is the perfect picture of our dependent hearts.

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Of Cracked Fingertips and Parched Souls | Marvelous Mundane

When I can barely make it to the end of a bedtime story before desperately running to the childless quiet, when a little voice makes one last night-time request and I barely fight back the frustration ready to burst from my heart to my mouth, when dumped milk causes spilled tears, these red flags wave me back to my reality. The reality that neglected soul care will always chase me down.

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A Year of Not Enough | Marvelous Mundane

I wonder the stories my boys will tell when they too are taller, older, wiser. I wonder what memories will shape their perspectives, their hearts, their parenting. I long for them to have stories of grace breathed truth & quickly spoken humility, of reliable comfort & welcoming warmth. I am too familiar with the regret of harshly spoken words, of emotion fueled responses, of wishing for a moment to be redone.

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