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Yes, please don't compare!!! You don't know HOW MANY DAYS like the one you've described above that WE have had, will have. Incidentally, my two yo wonder has decided to teach himself how to ride his big brother's razor scooter, AND he can actually DO IT. Yes, I have less hair today than I did two days ago. We'd LOVE for you to come and join us by the fire, anytime ;-)

I totally concur with Meredith. We have more days like that than I care to think about...or at least lots of parts of days like that...but our good days, and those shared by our sisters in Christ, truly help us make it through and stand strong in our vocation when the Devil wants only to see us give up and fail.

Word to the struggle!

Oh yes, we have many days like you describe. Only my 3 and 1 year old have never played nicely together and I am in awe when women tell me they manage to transport a sleeping child from the car to the crib. The end of your day sounds so lovely. I dream of having the energy and grace that Meredith possess. Can we carpool to her house? Many blessings. Thanks for sharing "real life."

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