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As mothers, I think we can recall moments when our children stood at our feet to tell us something “very important”.
- Acknowledge. When they tug at your shirt, ask what they need. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve stopped to see what they needed, only to find out they wanted to give me a hug. That’s something you never want to miss!
- Listen. James 1:19 ...be quick to listen, and slow to speak… Sometimes
I have to repeat this to myself while my eleven year old rambles. I also remind myself to just stop and
listen to what he has to say because there may come a day when he won’t
want to talk to me as much. What may not seem important to me, it is
important to him. So make sure you stop and listen.
- Look. Look at them when they are speaking to you or look at what they have to show you.
- Encourage. Smile and encourage them as they tell you something.
- Consistence. Be consistent in showing your child’s voice matters to you.
name is Liz and I’m wife to, Bubba. I’m also a mama to three rascals:
Nathan, Scout, and Rori. And this blog is mainly about the mundane,
books, attempted crafts, cooking, our love of Jesus, and everything between. I hope you
check in once and a while to peek at what I have to say.