Wednesday, March 4, 2015
When I began "the fabric of cotton" blog I really wanted to document our adoption and what was going on in our life with traveling to Ethiopia. It was a very special time in my life but I feel like it's been a few years and I need a change. Adoption has a VERY special place in my heart and of course motherhood is my day to day life but I want to create a new blog with more of a focus on design, DIY, shopping finds & living on a budget when it comes to décor. It's something that I love to do & although I'm not very tech savvy I'm gonna give it my best shot.
New blog, new name...when I think of it you'll see it on FB. I'm at a loss for now so I'd take suggestions!
Working with a few friends lately and doing design is something I'm really excited about so hopefully I will get a few followers and from time to time be some type of inspiration to make your home look more fun, inviting, comfortable & stylish.
For those looking for great inspiration my top 7 blogs with design are as follows:
Happy Wednesday to you all!
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Here are a few wonderful thoughts from a message I listened to on motherhood from John MacArthur... (Hannah: A Godly Mother @gty.org)
The Highest calling a woman will ever know -
The Most important relationship in a family is between mother and father. What you communicate about that dominates their thinking (love, sin, forgiveness, understanding, virtue, honesty, integrity)
Are you faithful to live what you believe? Your spiritual devotion is communicated to your children
A women finds security in husband's love because he demonstrated love to her (God in His providence balanced things - absence of anxiety and frustration so she can give self to children and not always fight to attract her husband)
She (Hannah) had a right heavenly relationship. She knew where to go with a problem - right to the Lord. She wanted a child so desperately to give to God.
Children are NOT an Intrusion to your life / schedule -
Characterized by Prayer -
A Woman of Promise, made to the Lord (Give the child to God, from where he came)
* Such great reminders as I am in the trenches of child rearing. The days are long and full of training & it's easy to forget what an important job being a mother is (and WHO I need to be).