Your words stick and I love that, I got you this Christmas cardi Okurrr ugly sweater. I’ve read something you’ve written and just cried (WOW that story could have been me today) and others haven’t happened yet but I’m shaking my head and thinking yeah that’s coming next. My daughter is 10 and she is amazing and I do thank God daily for her, but we have rough days sometimes and your page is becoming a saving grace! Not that you have a Lot of spare time, but thought you could use some Rachel’s wisdom. Reminds me of you with your handful of kiddos. So beautiful, thank you, Rachel. My favorite is I still believe in you.
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May those be my words to my loved ones, I got you this Christmas cardi Okurrr ugly sweater. Not just parenting tips and words for kids how nice for anyone to hear this kind of support! Thanks for sharing; I needed the reminders myself. Such wise, helpful words! Your hopeful phrases remind me of advice I learned a while back. Whenever someone you love makes a limiting I can’t statement, add the word yet to their words. It adds such a sense of hope, of promise, of courage. For example, my son might say I can’t ride a bike. To which I would say, You can’t ride a bike yet. Doesn’t that just open the doors of opportunity for him? This can work wonders for ourselves too! As long as you’re breathing, it’s not too late.