Mommy’s Monday Motivation

I just have to say…

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I received so much support and love from other bloggers, parents and people who just stumbled on my blog and left words of encouragement about my munch and therapy. You are amazing. As a mother, heck a parent, it is overwhelming to think your child is going through something and you feel helpless. You try to ease their pain and then you have the added pressure of trying to figure out what is right for your child. Who is right to help them?

The last couple of weeks have seen me crying and praying and researching. I worry which is stupid, I know, but I’m human. I trust God. So, why worry? There in lies my flaw…my desire to be in control of the situation when I know that if I just give it to God it will all work out. LOL! I’m being vulnerable here folks so don’t bash me.

But, in all honesty I can’t thank you enough for all of your kind words about my journey. I’m at the beginning and I promise you that I will keep you posted. Why? Because you are all my family and you give the greatest advice and guidance. For that I am thankful. I know that I’m not alone and it helps that some of you have seen or been there personally and have reached out to me.

So, good news on this wonderful motivating Monday. My baby performed in his first talent show and I have to tell you that although dance is not his gift, he did a wonderful job and I was super proud. This kid is amazing and I love him so much. Here’s Mommy’s Monday Motivation presenting my Munch’s first talent show performance.

 

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25 thoughts on “Mommy’s Monday Motivation

    1. Thank you. I’m so trusting God on this because He’s got to be in control of this situation. I just have to love and encourage Munch and the fact that he wanted to get on stage and dance let’s me know that he loves being a kid and I’m thankful for that.

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    1. I know right? Them parents were awesome. There were some children as young as 5 singing and couldn’t carry a tune but the parents were so supportive of every child. I was like “Thank you Jesus”. That made me smile harder. I was cheesing. He ran off the stage and was hi-fiving the audience girl. It was too much. He came and gave me the biggest hug and kiss and I was in heaven.

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