Staying thankful is humanly impossible. However, God instructs his children to be thankful in all circumstances (1 Thessalonians 5:18). Few days ago, I almost stepped into the danger zone of murmur (Philippians 2:14). In the middle of little messes, it is easy to forget how blessed we are. Thankfully, I was able to count my […]
I received several reminders to share this post today. This year has had its ups and downs, yet, I have not found myself wishing the year was over already. I am still dreaming and hoping for God’s best in my life, family, the Church, my community and nations. Y’all, this year is still loaded with […]
Dear friends, I apologize for the unintended breaks and irregularities in blogging this month. COVID-19 has interrupted my regular schedule. I am a stay-at-home mom once again. This requires giving the little one a lot of attention while balancing other aspects of life. I wonder how moms of two or more kids manage their schedule. […]
Today and everyday, I am thankful for everyone following and reading this blog. Your comments, likes, reblogs, tags, and words of encouragement are invaluable. I am also thankful for every blogger followed by the Christian Mommas blog. Thank you for blessing us with inspiring messages, and sharing your faith and life with the blogging community. […]
Last year, I wrote a private blog post after watching a video that heightened my sense of gratitude. Despite having a challenging week, my sense of gratitude remains intact tonight. I am very thankful for the gift of life. Life feels less overwhelming when we think positively about the things we do. Let’s say ‘I […]
The little one says thank you before and after he gets anything. I believe he thinks saying ‘thank you’ will get him anything. I am not surprised that the little one says thank you a lot. After-all, mommy and daddy say ‘thank you’ a lot. Thank you is not just a polite expression. It is […]
A nursing father, you’d agree Biological impossibility, he may be I have come to know such an anomaly He is the father of my child, you see… . A harder working man has never crossed my sight, Though you search for him with all your might, Selfless, diligent, sweat he has sown The comfort of […]
As the year comes to an end, I am filled with gratitude to God for 2018. There were moments of disappointments, particularly with birthing my baby. However, I have a lot to be thankful for and I can say God never failed me in 2018. Yes!!
I am ready for 2019. Thanks for visiting this blog, see you next year 🎉🎈🎈🎉🎆🎊
Some days ago, I came across a video where individuals were told to replace the phrase ‘I have to’ with ‘I get to’. My sense of appreciation for life and motherhood was heightened by the video.