My son told me this morning that when he grows up he would like to be a baby. A baby? For real? Yeah, momma. Everyone loves babies.
So there’s that.
Apparently, I need to start practicing what I “preach” and start helping my little guy start exploring what (other than being loved by all) makes him come alive.
Here’s a little peek into my first post over at Faith Along the Way, and it’s all about helping your children find their passions.
3 Steps to Help Your Child Find Their Passions
Oh, mommas, I can hear your sigh at the title. Great, another post about how I’m not doing enough. Before we even begin, let me clarify one thing: this is not a post about signing your kids up for all kinds of sports and clubs. And it isn’t about raising little all-star athletes and superstar singers.
Instead, this post is to encourage you to help your child find what it is that makes them come alive and encourage them to use that to serve others.
I have done a lot of researching and writing about finding and pursuing your passions. And if I learned anything from all of this, it’s that there is a huge group of women who either have no idea what their passions are or they know, but they are believing so many lies that are holding them back from any type of growth. Read more over at Faith Along the Way. . .