A Little Vignette

Being a “mama” is very difficult. I’m used to being an independent woman. The first year of motherhood was hard for me. I didn’t really know my place, influence or power I had over my young little family. I felt like every day was a chore. I hated cleaning. It felt like it was a never-ending job. I am sure you know how it is — you clean everything until all is spotless and beautiful and, within minutes, the house looks messy again. Cooking was not quite as bad. I missed conversations with adults and dining out whenever.

We have all heard of thankless jobs before. When you have little children a mother’s work seems thankless, indeed. I didn’t realize at the time that I was at the beginning of a journey — A journey to find nobility in motherhood. On Mother’s Day this year, I decided I needed some “mommy time” to step away from the daily mundane things and write about my life – the good, the bad and the ugly. This blog is a documentation of how I am learning or growing as a “mama.”

Disclaimer: Please forgive my simple language. Did I mention I have little adult conversation?

Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Simple words often express the best thoughts, enjoyed your blog’s insight into you Jennifer. Keep up the prayers and soon you’ll be speaking above the two year old level again.

    nance

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