Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Wracking my brain for Works for me Wednesday

Ok, it's Wednesday. I love to participate in Works for Me Wednesday over at Rocks in My Dryer. The problem today is that I do not have any great ideas that will revolutionalize anyone's life. It takes all my energy to keep my kids fed, clothed, and safe lately!

Maybe I should think of some great ideas for making it through the first trimester of pregnacy when you are have three kids five and under, one who is being homeschooled, and a husband who works full time and is in seminary full time! When I come up with how this is happening in our house, I'll just right on over to Works for me Wednesday and let the world know...

Really, I know how we are doing so well right now- God's grace is new every morning, He is overwhelmingly faithful, and He gives strength for any providence he brings into our lives, morning sickness included.

And I must also mention my incredible husband, who every day asks several times how I'm doing, and when it's not so good he puts his own list aside and takes over for me. Love him!

3 comments:

Diane J. said...

Girl, you DO have your hands full!

Jessica is doing much better with her nausea and doesn't need anything for it right now. She did use Zofran for a while and also the Phenergan that can be rubbed on your wrists. Both helped her but didn't completely take away the vomiting. I think she's just through the worst part and is over the nausea now, Praise the Lord!

Bless your heart, I hope you get over your nausea and vomiting soon. I know how miserable it can be, and life and chores still have to go on.

Have a great Wednesday, if you can. :-)

Tami said...

Thank you for your kindness, Diane! I am doing fine, really.

Marcie said...

Thank you for your comment on my blog. It's always encouraging to meet others who have been through a similar experience. It is also encouraging to see you are the mom of three children, going on the fourth! Our God is gracious. He gives us the strength we need, there is no way we can get through anything on our own.