Oldest's Shakespeare Drawn Narration.
That said, I'm writing today to confess something that may
Are you ready?
I don't mind changing diapers.
There. I said it.
I don't think it's mundane.
I don't get tired of it.
And I don't think it makes me obsolete.
I also don't get tired of doing laundry. Or the dishes. Or any other QUOTE UNQUOTE Mundane Task.
That doesn't mean that I *enjoy* them. I don't particularly like doing the dishes,
I don't think it doesn't matter.
OF COURSE IT MATTERS.
OF COURSE CHANGING YOUR SWEET
None of this is to say that I enjoy every second of every day. We all know I don't.
I never think, "UGH! Seriously!? I have to change your diaper AGAIN!?"
Maybe it's because I worked so long before I had kids and never felt like I was Doing Anything. Or maybe it's because I wasted so many years doing My Own Thing. I don't know.
And it feels good.
And I'm thankful that *I* get to do it.
He knows he's taken care of and his needs are met. He feels safe and secure and loved.
Moms, what you're doing MATTERS deeply.
What do you enjoy or not find difficult doing that some people would think is weird?
(Just to keep it real--I do have a harder time with the emotional aspect of parenting. We all have struggles! The Lord is working on me faithfully, though.)