HomeMotherhoodExhaustion: When You Can’t Go On


Exhaustion: When You Can’t Go On — 20 Comments

  1. There is DEFINITELY power in prayer! Sometimes when I can't place my finger on what is wrong or why I'm having an "off" day, prayer is all I need! I found you via the Raising Homemakers link up party. Hi! :)
    • Thank you for visiting! Yes, sometimes we just need to stop and pray for a bit to help clear up whatever funk is going on in our house.
    • So very true, Jamie! That vicious cycle can be hard to break out of, most especially because we have to stop and decide that WE are worth it.
  2. I've been there. Many times. All these suggestions are great. I hope you can stop by: http://collettaskitchensink.blogspot.com/2016/01/book-review-sweet-olive-by-judy.html Colletta
    • Thank you. I am definitely implementing my own suggestions this week as we go into week two of horrible sleep and now colds to boot. I'll make sure to swing by your blog and check things out!
  3. Amen, the power of prayer! And all the other points made, Heather. May I invite you to share on the DanceWithJesus linkup if you haven't already? SusanBMead.com/blog each Friday. Bless someone there with your words too. Hugs! Susan
  4. This is so on point. I am a mom of 11 year old twins and I have a toddler, There are days I can't even move. You are right when you say pray! Great post. Thank You for sharing.
    • Toddlerhood has to be the most exhausting age there is! They are into EVERYTHING and you have to constantly be on guard to ensure they don't get hurt or destroy the house, lol.
  5. Hi Heather, Thank you so much for commenting on my blog on the Fear Series. It's so nice to meet someone on a mission to conquer fear, like me! Starting a blog was pretty scary...but boy had it been a blessing and a great pathway to becoming less fearful. Thank you for sharing this post at #100HappyDays! I hope you continue to link-up! God bless you!
  6. I have so been there! I used to ask the neighbourhood teen girls to pop by after school and watch my kids while I napped or cleaned house...I took all the help I could get...and watched a lot of movies with the kids when it got really tough!
    • What a great idea! So often we see asking for help as weakness, but in reality, it is wisdom. It is knowing that we need to do something to make things work well.
    • Oh yes, self-control always seems to fly out the window when I am overly tired. When it's all you can do to keep your eyes open, keeping your heart (and mouth) in check can seem next to impossible!
  7. Sending you a big hug! Thank you for sharing your heart and encouragement with us on the Art of Home-Making Mondays at Strangers & Pilgrims on Earth! Your lists are very good!
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