Today is the day I get to share with you some of the great posts the blogosphere has had to offer this past month. There are some REALLY great ones in here.
If you want funny today… check out that first one and the last one. There’s all kinds in this mix though. Tell me which you like the best!!
And of course… if you find a post that you think is worthy of sharing, please leave the link to it in the comments section so we can all see it!
Submission Doesn’t Mean Lying Over and Taking It – This is an excellent article explaining why godly submission does NOT mean accepting abuse. Sheila also gives good reasons why the teachings of Debi Pearl are not godly. I’d love to hear what you think about this article… Strong words in this one!
To the Dear Sweet Mom who Feels Like She’s Failing – Wow… I love this woman’s perspective. If your house looks nothing like what you see in a magazine, if Pinterest makes you feel like a loser, and if you never get your to-do list done and there are dishes in your sink… this is for you. I know it was for me!
The Messy Perfectionist – I like this post because I am a Messy Perfectionist. I used to be a perfectionist, but now I’m a messy one! There is so much that needs to get done and all those people who actually manage it make me jealous. I’ve learned some of what this blogger is writing about, and still have a ways to go. But I will admit… my husband has duct taped some pants as his form of hemming… and I have used glue. Do you know an MP or are you one?
The Myth of Catching Up – This is SO me! I just feel like I can never catch up. I always think the next season will be better, easier, more free time to get things done. But every season has it’s own interruptions. This post is a relief to those moms who feel like they will never, ever catch up on everything that needs to be done.
What to do When They Won’t Talk – This summer someone complained to me that my son didn’t talk enough. She had the opportunity to be the first to see him after work, to be around him for his evening but complained to me that he didn’t talk enough and she read that as a bad attitude, or communicating that he didn’t want to be there. She’s a mom of 3 girls. Moms with boys will understand that you can’t simply ask a boy, “How are you?” because they will always be “fine”. Anything you ask is likely to be answered with a one-word answer, or at least as few words as possible. Men are efficient. Yet, those who prayerfully pursue the boys in their lives are generally rewarded. This is a great post for those moms who have boys… or others who want to build a relationship with the boys in their lives.
So You Think You Can Homeschool – A really funny, true-to-life list of what it takes to be a homeschool mom!! If you have ever homeschooled… even for a short time you’ll love this!
Please Take a Moment to Share
Let us know which of these links you liked (or didn’t), and please share some of the links you’ve loved lately!