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Monday, June 11, 2012

Chapter 1 in Hope for the Weary Mom, When Gentle Words Won't Come. I find myself in this predicament alot. The older I get the less patient I get. I tend to sound harsh without meaning to. Especially to my family. Sometimes I just want to finish what I am doing without being interrupted. I want to process a thought without someone whining or wanting something. I don't want to have to keep repeating myself over and over and them "still" not getting it. I would really love if they can just "SEE" that I'm busy and not interrupt at all. I've said "I will help you when I am finished." SOOO many times I can't even count them anymore. So they should already know this. In my dreams!! Now it's your turn.

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1 comment:

  1. I am realizing how quickly my children are growing up. My neurotypical child is growing up more quickly than I ever thought possible, and I find myself often distracted with caring for her younger sister. I don't want to regret this later, so I'm prayerfully developing a plan to be more intentional in grabbing quiet moments *alone* with my older daughter. Before I know it, she'll be grown and gone!