Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Mothers Day

And what a wonderful day it was.
When your children are all under the age of 7 and daddy works in a church, there is not breakfast in bed (I don't like crumbs in my bed anyway!). But there was lunch in a restaurant, homemade cards, sweet kisses and hugs, a husband who didn't have to go back into work, a nap, a great dinner and lots of lounging around.
A sweet day indeed.

I love being a mom. It is the hardest thing I have EVER done, but I do love it. There is nothing else I'd want to do right now. I'm not "putting my dreams on hold" in order to raise my babies. These are my dreams. I feel like I'm doing exactly what God created me to do. Someday there will be time for other things, but I will always be a mom.

(And just to keep things real, I wrote this after putting 3 kids to bed, 1 crying for daddy, 1 crying because he couldn't stay up later and 1 asking a million question about tomorrow. There's a mountain of laundry to fold, dirty floors, a baby to nurse, bathe and put back to sleep. Whew. I am WAY underpaid, but I still wouldn't want to be doing anything else...except for maybe sit on the couch and eat ice cream {grin}.)


Rebecca said...

Calvin's face... priceless. Can't wait to meet Margo!!!

Karie said...

Such a great picture!

Ashley McWhorter said...

Can I just give an amen, to the daddy being at church part? AMEN!!!!!! :) You are awesome! I love that you are living your dream. Me, too! :)

Moments with Mallory said...

Lindsay, you've inspired me to start my own blog!

Kathryn said...

you are so incredibly pretty Lindsay! seriously, you are glowing! thank you for being such an amazing and godly example to me, I appreciate you! rock on ClemFam!

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KansasLoudons said...

Just discovered your blog and I feel like I reading about my life. I am a mother of 4, wife of a pastor and living my dream as a stay at home mommy. Thanks for sharing your world and inspiring me to start up my blog again.

In Christ,