1. Angela Lorenzo

    Brought tears to my eyes dear friend! Your voice comes through perfectly. So honored walk this crazy journey with you.

  2. Diane

    Oh Dearest, Treasured Daughter. Tears are streaming down my face as I read this. How very proud I am of you for who you are and what you are doing as a wife, mom, grandma, and now blogger. I am in awe of you and pray our God continues to give you wisdom, strength, encouragement and peace as you continue on in your journey to serve Him. I love you, precious daughter of our King!

    • treasuredmom@hotmail.com

      Thank you, Mom. Having your support means a ton to me. Your encouragement on my motherhood journey has been priceless. I hope to continue to make you proud.

  3. Deborah

    When we become parents we realize we are just like our parents. I raise my boyfriends daughter just as I was raised and here in a few days I’ll get to share what my mother taught me with my first born. As a child with a hard upbringing I am truly blessed to have been raised by a treasured mom. And even though we are so far away its nice to know I can read your encouraging words here everyday. ?

    • treasuredmom@hotmail.com

      You are going to make a great mom. Remember that being present is so much more important than being perfect. There is a lot of learning to do and so many mistakes to make. Just keep giving yourself grace in the hard moments, there will be plenty.

  4. Kelli Elmers

    Such wise words from a wise woman! I love how you say we are enough – if we aren’t content in that, we will never be satisfied. That’s not to say we can’t stretch ourselves, try new things and take risks. I’m working on this myself ? Thanks for the encouragement- love you, Treasure!

    • treasuredmom@hotmail.com

      Kelli, thank you. I love pushing myself, too. It’s hard, but feels so good in the end to persevere. Part of good parenting is always trying to be our best, and I think we can only do that if we let go of trying to be someone we’re not. Trying to be someone else only leads to frustration and discouragement. You are wonderful, and God has equipped you just as you are to give your kids just what they need.

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