6 Responses to “why we’re strong for our kids”

  1. March 21, 2016

    Phyllis A. Oller Reply

    Awwww,bless his heart & yours for being the strong person you are for your children,phyllis

  2. March 21, 2016

    Cat Reply

    ohmygosh. Love it. Thank you. Thankyouthankyouthankyou. Hugs.

  3. March 21, 2016

    Sherrie Reply

    We are a blended family. Seven children. One is mine, two are his, one is ours and three adopted grandchildren. Mine turned Thirty today. My youngest is six. Last night we had a question and answer session with the youngest three. (Their biological mom is my stepdaughter) We started and ended with hard to answer questions. My husband came home after a 12 hour day at work and I cried. Sometimes I have to answer “I don’t know.”
    Thank you for being honest here. I need to be strong.

  4. March 21, 2016

    Kristin Kalmbach Reply

    Wow… This post totally resonated with me today. So true for every single one of us.

    Thank you Rachel for being the strong voice sharing with all of us exactly what our inside voices are saying to us.

    We think we are alone. We are not. We are brave.

  5. April 17, 2016

    Melanie Jeanne Reply

    And now I love you even more. You are the second person this week who has told me I am strong – when I feel incredibly weak… yet somehow, strong… as weird as that wounds. Because I have to be. Because I am it. I am all they can lean on. If I worry, they fear the future. So I cannot worry. At least, not openly. I am so grateful for a God Who is my strength… and who uses others to speak even more strength into my life. I am grateful for transparent people like you who remind us all that we are not the only ones who struggle in the midst of an imperfect mess.

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