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I am the mom to one very sweet little boy and one sweet little pea on the way.. I am the wife to one splendid man who is my hero and best friend. I trust in the Lord with all my might ~ that He will lead and guide me...

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  1. Meg, I think this is so true for everyone–kiddos or not! Thanks for pointing us back to Jesus, the extraodinary in the middle for our ordinary. So glad your words are with us today!

  2. Its been fun watching you mature into this beautiful woman of God. Congratulations on your post and your little one coming soon. I miss you and Matt.

    Your words also apply to us Fathers too! God has been all over me lately about my communication skills with my kids, or lack of. Those frustrations of the moment will get the best of you if you don’t allow God to change your heart. I asked Ryan the other night “what can I do to be a better Father”. He said “nothing daddy”. Then I said, “what one thing would you change about me if you could”. He thought for a minute and said “well, I would change you yelling at me”. In my mind, I’m trying to get a point across when he’s not listening and obeying but to him. Its yelling. Thanks for the reminder. Oh and I can’t wait til you guys have # 3 🙂

  3. Beautiful post. I identify with every word you wrote and totally agree about importance of time alone with God, worship music and a small group. God is so good. With love.

  4. Some of us HAVE running screaming out the door to the nearest Starbucks, Baskin Robbins, or other happy place! And, as a mom whose children are grown and almost out of the house, let me offer a hearty amen! So important to feed on the Living Bread and not just the empty calories of a macchiatto (or however you spell it). And you gotta have some girlfriends–people to walk faithfully along the way.