I hope you all had a nice looooong weekend!
What an honor it was yesterday to remember the men and women who died serving our country. I’m so grateful to live in the United States of America and I recognize our freedom has come with a cost. If someone you love lost their life so we could live free… I bless you… and I thank you. ♥
Before we get down to business, I have a favor to ask.
I’m in the running to be listed as one of the TOP 25 FAITH BLOGS by Circle of Moms website. The term “faith” is used loosely and there are tons of pagan and witchcraft blogs in the running. So, many Christian bloggers are working hard to make this list so we have a good presence.
I’d greatly appreciate your vote! You can click here and I’ll take you right to my page. Voting ends June 8th… and you can vote once every 24 hours.
Thank you, friends. It would mean a lot. 🙂
Well, I’m over at CWAHM again today and hope you come visit because I am discussing a topic of great importance. I’m talking about the power of our words.
I know, I know… this is a difficult and unpopular topic because we are all guilty of using our words as weapons. Sometimes on purpose and other times on accident.
As parents, however, we need to understand the tremendous power our words have in the lives of our kids.
They can either fill up their little love buckets, or they can drain them bone dry.
- We have to be so intentional and careful in how we speak to our kids.
- We have to bite our tongues during those times we’d like to rip them to shreds.
- We have to make sure we are affirming our children for the right things.
Sisters, grab your coffee and find a comfortable chair cuz this is a good one. It’s something we have to get right because messing this up can cause life-long insecurities in our kids.
No pressure, eh?