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Small Moments Spotlight #9

I have three lovely pieces to share with you this week in the Small Moments Spotlight.

The first post, PYHO: She wants to be like me, is written by Andrea from Good Girl Gone Redneck. This sweet moment will speak to all mothers of little girls.

The second post is by Erin, of My Little Miracles. In Simply Simple, she tenderly and beautifully reminds herself of something truly important…something that all parents should remember.

And the third post that I want to share with you this week is from Tracy, of Sellabit Mom.  In What we did this weekend while football was on, she makes a choice between making things perfect and living in the perfection that is now.

Please go read these amazing posts and leave them a note to say hello…

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Small Moments Spotlight #7

This week, in the Small Moments Spotlight, I have three gorgeous posts to share.

The first is from Laura, from Mommy’s Miracles, who wrote This Moment, a post about stopping and truly seeing. She does something that I have always been tempted to do…something that I may actually do now. Thank you, Laura! (And thank you, Kris, for sending me Laura’s way!)

Into the deep blue, from Sara, of Periwinkle Papillon, is transcendent and gorgeous.  I dare you to read and not get swept away. So beautiful.

I am in love with Mirror Image, from Robin, who blogs over at Farewell, Stranger. There is something magical about seeing yourself in your child. She captures that beautifully in this piece.

Please go read these gorgeous pieces and leave them some kind words. Thank you so much!

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Small Moments Spotlight #6

I have two gorgeous posts in this week’s Small Moments Spotlight. These posts come from two lovely and enormously talented women, who tell their stories in two breathtaking ways.

I stumbled upon this first post earlier this week that I haven’t been able to stop thinking about since. Dana, from Bungalow ’56, posted Persistence, and it completely took my breath away. What she offered is a quintessential small moment. I truly love this post. Please don’t miss it.

Pebbles, from my dear friend Lori, who blogs over at In Pursuit of Martha Points, is remarkable. Lori has been hinting to me for quite some time that she had something tumbling around in that spectacular mind of hers. This post was worth the wait. Though many of us know Lori for her humor, this post flies in the face of all that we think we know about Lori’s writing. Go read this…your life will be blessed by it, I promise.

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Small Moments Spotlight — Week 3

I’m featuring four more fantastic women in this week’s Small Moments Spotlight. Each of these posts stopped time for me for a bit and shared a glimpse at something lovely and priceless.

Tonya, from Letters for Lucas, captures a moment that we all hold dear…one of those precious memories that we hope we’ll never forget in her post, Three Little Words. This post is beautiful and special but still so universal.

In A Simple Moment, Elizabeth, from The Writer Revived writes about telephone call that brought things into perspective and reframed how she looks at her life. I’ll bet her daughter is so happy that she took that call.

In I don’t wash windows, Crystal, from Surviving and thriving in Mom-dom, mother to four (!) boys, writes about a funny, yet touching moment.  I adore Crystal because she blends strength and beauty and tenderness and practicality so beautifully.

And lastly, I would love to point you towards Alexandria from before the baby wakes. Her post Matter Holds Memory is so lovely. I love this post because she examines all of the small moments that make a house a home and arrives at an important conclusion.

Please go read these lovely posts and leave them each a little note. Each of these women has isolated a small moment, a moment that could have easily slipped by.

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Small Moments Spotlight

This week, on Small Moments Spotlight, I’m featuring four amazing women.

First up, I’d love to share with you a post by the lovely Melissa, who blogs over at Confessions of a Dr. Mom.  Though I read every post she writes, I had two other people email me the link to Dance With Me, a post that made me melt.  Melissa’s ability to reframe a situation is remarkable in its beauty. I am so grateful to call her my friend.

Another lovely post that I have stumbled across recently is Something in my Pocket, by Law Momma, who blogs over at Spilled Milk {and other atrocities}.  This post speaks to all women, especially those who work outside of the house … women who miss their babies each and every day and hurry home to the magic that waits for them. This is such a tender and lovely post.

I’d also like to point you to Awesomesauce: Now With More Awesome, a post by Tulpen, who blogs over at Bad Words, that chokes me up each and every time I read it, specifically the Saturday evening segment. Their mother-son connection is so strong and true that it touches a spot so deep in my heart.

Lastly, I have to share New Baby Sister, a post from Squid Mom (of the blog of the same name).  This post truly moved me, as I felt that she was speaking for me…that she knew exactly what was in my heart (I’ve written about a similar struggle time, and time, and time again.)

Please go read these lovely posts. You’ll be so grateful that you did.

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