Ever feel like you couldn't possibly drink enough coffee? Well, that's me
But of course, I can't drink as much as I dream about because of the growing baby girl in me.
Speaking of that... if we met for coffee, I'd tell you that I'm exhausted.
I've felt exhausted the last couple weeks.
So exhausted that I sleep until the toddler wakes up, which has been earlier than normal lately.
So exhausted that when he does wake up I can't help but think, "I just want to sleep a few more hours."
Of course I don't because the toddler calls, but I'm definitely not motivated and not my best.
I end up lying on the couch, cuddling with Braden while he watched nickjr.
I know that if I just took a shower, I'd feel better, but that takes a lot of energy.
If we met for coffee, I'd tell you that discipling my son is so hard!
I know that disciplining him in love is the most loving thing I can do, but it still hurts to discipline.
In my head, he's still too little to understand. He's my baby!The truth is, though, that's not true.... he'll always be my baby, but he knows what he should do and what he shouldn't and when he doesn't I need to show him.
It hurts my heart to discipline... to tell him no, to put him in time out, to tap his bottom sometimes, but I know that if I don't discipline him, it will hurt my heart more.
If we met for coffee, I'd tell you that for the first time in a long time,
I am reading the Bible on a daily basis.
I'd tell you that even though I'm feeling exhausted physically and emotionally,
I am feeling good spiritually!
I am feeling filled up by His word and encouraged!
I am actually excited to read His word every day. How awesome is that!
I love that God is changing my heart and making it so I want to read His word, making it so I want to do what is right in His eyes.
God is good.
What would you share with me if we met for coffee?
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