Where To Find Peace When Anxious Thoughts Rob Your Motherhood of Joy

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  1. Terry says:

    Thank you for sharing Cindy. And I think I know that little boy who didn’t want the peas:)

    • Cindy says:

      I love when I learn something from my students. Sometimes it’s in the moment, and other times after reflection.
      I understand his parents shared that story a lot so you may very well know him!

    • Tracy says:

      I love the tip at the end about praying over your list, then creating a physical reminder to surrender them to God. Great article!

  2. Dorothy says:

    I love that these precious little ones coming to be taught by us and ironically they teach us a life lesson, as well. When I was teaching a group of four year old, I had a little lad who was thrilled when his 5th birthday arrived. One day after the big event, he wasn’t feeling well, so I asked if I could feel his “forehead”, proclaimed to me that it was not a fourhead anymore, Mrs. Dorothy. It’s a FiveHead! So onward we went checking out the five head and getting Math done in the process. <3

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