Friday, September 3, 2010

Caffeinated Randomness - The Best Cover Ever

I ran across a link that I just had to listen to while reading the Banner today. I thought I would share it with you today.

After I watched this, as my children where running around our family room, I was crying. It spoke to my heart. I know as a mom the range of emotions we have is crazy. We can go from immense joy to immense pain. From peaceful to chaos. From energized to worn out. And this can all be through a 30 minute period. Luckily, even though we think we are all alone, we aren't. We are all in the same predicament. Go to your local playground and ask every mother there and she'll agree. She may even say that a good cup of coffee helps (for me 1/2 L a day). No matter what you're going through in raising your children (terrible twos, potty training, tweens, preteens, and something I'm already dreading - Teenagers), remember it is so worth it!

Now go and share your randomness with the Chieftain today.


Kara With a K said...

Awwww, now I feel the deep urge to go hug my mom, big time!!

Bobbi said...

Yeah, we really need to encourage each other! Thanks! Smiles and love to ya this weekend!!

Anonymous said...

I bet this post will encourage a lot of Mom's today!

And like Kara now I want to go hug my Mum!

Have a wonderful weekend!

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Jen said...

This was fabulous. Apparently, my husband had seen it and we laughed together. All of it, so true!

Catherine said...

Michelle, thanks for stopping by my blog! Love your header and your blog. Hope you have a great holiday weekend. XO, cat

Pat said...

Love it! thanks for sharing it to let us all know we're not alone in our struggles as Moms. And I did get to hug my Mom today ladies! I do it every chance I get:)

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