8/4/11

The Mothering Daughters Experience

Do you remember my sweet friend Amy over at Playing Sublimely? Her website is not only full of beautiful decor and fabulous projects, it is about our lives- the lives of mothers. Amy gives a voice to mothers who are working everyday to live the life God has intended.


Amy writes "He has gifted me with certain things that only I can do, and gifted you with unique things that only you can do. I long to know what those gifts are, to know that I am obediently right where God wants me to be. Though I wish I could say I know exactly the reason God placed me on this earth, I know that in this season of my walk I am to live a life that reflects Jesus to my husband and children. Only I can be a wife to my husband and a mother to my children…only me." 

This summer Amy is hosting a wonderful series called "The Mothering Daughters Experience".



Each week she is sharing stories of real mothers and daughters. The series is an uplifting look at the joys, trials, and everything in between of raising daughters. So whether you are the mother to adult daughters, you have a newborn baby, or even a few little boys- the stories and messages shared on her website will inspire you as a mother.

Amy and her family

A few days ago I had 'one of those days'. The kind that we all seem to run into, despite our best efforts. Have you experienced a day like that recently? One where you feel like you just can't get it right? If so, please join me over at Playing Sublimely as a I share my own "Mothering Daughters Experience". I promise you will leave with a smile on your face :)



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2 comments:

  1. Your post about being a mother is so sweet! I'm sitting here crying after reading it. I am a stay at home mom to a 6 year old daughter and a 22 month old son and have had many of those challenging days. Thank you for your crafty blog and for your post. You are an inspiration to me!

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  2. You sound like a fabulous momma and your girls are precious-hang in there! I stayed home for quite a while with my 2 boys and 2 girls and we had days like that...They are now 17,19,22,25(and married)and are all amazing, independent young adults. Have your heard of MOPS?-You'd get lots of laughs and encouragement. I can't wait to follow your blog.

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