Encouragement link-up

I love having the opportunity to read all the posts you share here. I am always blessed and encouraged by your wisdom, humility, insight, transparency, grace and love!

Things are quiet at my house this week with the 3 … um … louder children away on a missions trip. Our 4 older ones tend to be quieter and our youngest plays quietly (albeit often talking to himself).

missions trip gang(the 3 children gone on the missions trip)

It’s amazing what a difference only having 5 children in the house can make!!

Come join Women Helping Women link-up with any of your blog posts to encourage and bless others!

Blogs I might be linking to:
Menu Planning Monday, On The Menu Monday, Erin Branscoms, Mommy Mondays, Marital Oneness, The Better Mom, Multitudes on Monday, Hear it On Sunday, Sharing His Bounty, What Joy Is Mine, Playdates at the Well, Making Your Home Sing Mondays, Domestically Divine Tuesdays, Time Warp Wife, Funky Planet Frequent Flier Club, Encourage One Another, Walking Redeemed, A Wise Woman Builds Her House, The Welcoming House, Legacy Leaver Thursday, What’s Up Wednesday, Thought Provoking Thursday, Hearts 4 Home, Thankful Thursday, Thankful Thursdays, Thankful, Thankful Thursday Brown-eyed Bell(e), Big Family Fridays, Faith Filled Fridays, Feasting In Fellowship Friday, Fellowship Friday, Homemaking Link-up Week-end, A Little R&R, Pieces of Amy, Homeschool Mother’s Journal, TGIF Bible Love Notes

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  1. This made me laugh because five would seem a houseful to me, lol! It’s all about perspective. I only had two kids but sometimes I would get callers and they’d say “How many kids do you have in there?” and I’d say “Just two.” But they were two loud kids, haha!

    Thanks so much for hosting today!

    • I know, I always feel silly when I feel we are empty with only 5, but it DOES make a difference! When my oldest went off to travel with a ministry for a year, the rest of us were standing at the door ready to go to the library. Every one of us looked around for a couple of seconds, bewildered. Finally someone said, “We just don’t have enough children!”

      Thanks for joining my link-up again this week!


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