Mindful Mothering Challenge #11 – The Results AND The Next Challenge: Warmth

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  1. Anonymous says

    Fast forward a bit—you are my age and Tiny your age. I am sure you would do everything in your power to lessen the stress. Listening to you and trying to convey some words of wisdom is part of being your mother. Mothering does not end when you become an adult–it goes forever. My own mother did a wonderful job of mothering me but she passed away too soon. I always think of her self sacrifice even when she was sick (we didn’t know) and I am eternally grateful to her. I think it made me a better mother.


  2. says

    I really need to get my tushy in gear and start doing this. I know it will only make me a better wife and mother. And self. I’d probably like myself more too.
    So glad I brushed up on the two kinds of warmth.
    I think I’ve come to this party a little late in the game to understand 100% what you are talking about in this post (as in the events of your life lately) but I will catch up.
    Reading through all of your earlier posts one at a time sometimes calls for me to stop and reflect a little before I can move on.
    That being said, hope all is well.
    Thank God for mothers being mothers forever.
    P.S. I love that your mothers nickname is Moogie. How cute and original.

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