I hear you mamas, it can be draining, and at times you feel hopeless, and you feel like you’ve repeated yourself 400 times, you’re exhausted, BUT this is where I come in to give you hope and a breath of fresh air, or maybe even a new tip or trick that might change your course and make some of those bumps diminish.
I have a heart desire to help! I want to validate you, but more so I want to give you some ideas to help you with the season of mama hood you are in that’s bringing you frustration. It tugs at my heart to want to share some ideas when I hear, and see, mamas so exhausted and depleted over and over again, season to season. I am by no means saying I don’t experience these same frustrations, or have exhausting days myself. Believe me, I have moments where I want to lock myself in the bathroom for a ‘time out’ too, but when I feel that point coming on, I dig into my tool box and put the brakes on to avoid, or at least fizzle, what could otherwise cause us to get into a ‘crazy cycle.’ Some of you have an awesome box of tools and may just need to dust them off, or some of you might want to hear some ideas from my tool box.
I try to fast forward and think about just what little time I have with these precious kiddos to shape, mold and influence them, and the way they operate. I’m super big on being in tune to your child’s heart and what makes them tick, so a perfect formula isn’t going to work with every child. I have three very different kids who are all wired up uniquely, just as you might, so I get it. The good news is, you as their mama get to gear your strategies according to what works for you, and your kiddos’ personalities. If you feel like your kids are a burden rather than a blessing, or you just need a new trick or idea, let’s chat.