Two fellow moms from Jill Savage’s “No More Perfect Moms” launch team took me up on my invitation to swap posts sharing how we embrace imperfection. You’ve heard Wani’s story earlier this week. Elly will share hers later this week.
Continuing the “No More Perfect Moms” hype, I have stories on both their blogs today.
… While observing this and trying not to think about how I just didn’t feel great, I said to my husband, “This house will never been clean again.”
Without hesitation, he said, “That’s alright.”
Then I realized he didn’t reassure me cleanliness and organization that meet my often-too-high standards would happen. But he did reassure me that my worth as a wife and mom wasn’t found in my housekeeping habits.
The crumbs will get swept. The piles will be organized and given and stored. Our heater is fixed and those dishes have been unloaded so others could be loaded. The laundry is a never-ending cycle, but, hey, I love these people who need to be clothed. …
Go read the rest at Wani’s World.
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