Here's a "Mommy Inspiration" that she had on there:
We’ve forgotten what Luther said. We don’t parent to demonstrate the Gospel — to show those around us how beautifully we can do it all. No, we parent because it is the Gospel — because God takes us in as foundlings, lifts us up as His own, loves us even when we stink, puke, and screach, and He dresses us, carries us, and loves us.
It’s not about showing. It’s about loving. It’s not about beauty. It’s about serving the smallest and the littlest in the darkest part of the night when there’s no one is up except us and that wee one and God.
Thank you Jesus for my babies, my children that you so graciously gave me. Even when it's hard and exhausting I will try to remember to extend the grace you gave me to them. Thank you for their messes, their creations, their hugs, their words. Thank you that you gave them a Daddy to love them and be a protector to them. Thank you for their innocence and creativity. Thank you for knitting them together inside of me. Give me the strength to give to them what they need to become the man and woman that you want. Let me teach Josiah to be a Man after your own heart. Let me teach Mae about true beauty. Don't let me worried about my image as a mother to the outside world, let my only concern be my children's hearts.