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  1. I can so relate! It’s a crazy busy season of like, but like all seasons, has an end. Enjoy your chaos, soon they’ll be driving themselves 🙂

  2. Hi there,
    Yes I do remember those days – but enjoy that chaos or breathe in their little lives. See the smiles. Enjoy the energy. See God in each of them.
    Blessings,
    Janis – author of Tadeo Turtle

    1. Seeing- really seeing my children is one of the things that I’ve been thinking about a lot lately. I too easily forget that they have their own internal dialog going all the time and they aren’t always inclined to share it, especially my oldest. Lately I’ve found myself praying again and again to really see her.

  3. Oh man! That sounds exhausting! I am not there yet as only my oldest is in school. But I am thinking ahead a few years and I will be right there too!

    1. On the upside, driving to pick up kids, when no one else is in the car, provides lots of time for thinking deep thoughts. I can’t tell you how many times I wish I could drive and write at the same time! And once the kids are in the car the drive makes for all kinds of time to connect with them!

  4. All I can think of when I read this is to pray grace over you! That must be hard sometimes, all that driving around. I remember the days when mine were little and I had to take them here and there. Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

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