The post below is by Emily of Weak and Loved
Their swimsuits are still on the line, and yet the chill in the air tells me it is time to get out the fall clothes.
I open the baby’s drawer. He’s not a baby, I remind myself. He is two. I see cute PJs with feet that will not fit him this year. He is bigger now, too big for that.
And then, I take out the sweater, the one with the stripes, and I realize it is too small for him. There are many sweaters, but this particular sweater makes me pause.
Is it really time to pack this memory away?
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Do you reminisce when you get out the fall clothes?
How do you feel about the changing of seasons?
Emily Cook is an experienced child-wrangler and mother of six, who laughs and writes to keep her sanity. She is also the author of Weak and Loved: A Mother-Daughter Love Story.
“…when she was often reduced to nothing, God carried her through, with or without her cooperation, her understanding or acceptance. This book helped me understand what true grace really is – the totally undeserved, bountiful love of God, which no circumstances can ever take away from us.” – bookie, on Amazon.com
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