9 thoughts on “Strength for the Weary Mom

  1. Thank you, I loved this today Heidi. It could have easily been written to any christian, even weary Dads! Yes, we have to get to the point where we are willing to and put our hands out to His for strength! Have a blessed day!

  2. Wow Heidi, I needed this so much today. I.AM.WEARY. I have 5 kids ages 10 and under 3 of those in school. We’re so far behind in school work we may not be able to move up our grade. I can’t get house work done. I just feel like I’m spinning my wheels.
    I don’t feel at ALL like a happy well adjusted mom. I feel crazy and most days want to run away from home. It’s really NO wonder people would ask if I’m going to have more kids because they see I can barely keep it together with 5. We get those looks and comments and I think we should have t-shirts made with…. Yes, They’re all mine. So I can wear it to WalMart. I LOVE my kids and I DO want more. I just wish I could be a better keeper of the home.

  3. Heidi,
    Just want to let you know how the Lord is speaking to me through you and His timing is amazing as always! This message came the day I was 40 wks pregnant with our 7th. Her name will be Saylor Grace. Trying to find patience and peace amid the pregnancy blahs these days as we wait on her and your message touched my heart! Our oldest daughter graduated in May. I can so relate to you…thank you again!

    1. Oh Shauna! I wish I could give you a hug. It’s been five years since our precious Saylor arrived—she is a GIFT! You are blessed. The journey can be long and hard but the destination is worth it. You are loved!

  4. Love to read all of your posts! I had nine children, all single births, in under twelve years so I am busy all the time. I jokingly tell other moms that I sleep with one eye open!

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