Today we have Angie from Help Meet To Sam blog.
I love photography.
. She was preparing me to be the wife and mother I am today. I am just sad she was never able to see me do it!
My favorite family vacation was the time we went as a family with aunts, uncles, cousins to a cabin in the Poconos. It was so much fun to all be sleeping in the same house.
Most embarrassing moment would be the time I was standing in line at a pharmacy and my second child, was like 3 or 4 years old and had discovered his body parts. Well behind us was a little boy about his same age and being curious he asked the little boy if he could see his. He wanted to see if it looked like his. The woman was appalled and stepped out of line as if we had some disease, though I apologized a thousand times and explained to Alex you just do not ask people questions like that. She still treated us like a plague.
What surprised me most about being a mom is how not every problem that occurred had an easy or clear solution. I always tell my children they did not come with an instruction manual on what to do when they do this or that. The only manual I can rely on for direction is the Holy Bible! And even then I do not have enough wisdom to find answers sometimes...
Hardest part about being a mom is trying not to stand on my own understanding, facing each issue, or situation with a mindset of Christ. My heart is for them to see that I did things according to the Word - then and only then will I succeed. I never want to say" I did the best I could" basing my standards to what society establishes as "good" or " not good" or even comparing myself to how I was brought up.
4 But each person should examine his own work, and then he will have a reason for boasting in himself alone, and not in respect to someone else.
2. I have a passion for homeshooling and love to share what I know with new homeschoolers
3. I am a "techie geek" as my children call me. I love technology and the latest and greatest things interest me tremendously. I am good at it too:)