I am sharing over at my friend, Kaylene’s site today!  I am so excited to be a guest on her blog!  Her blog is full of encouraging and inspiring posts, truths that will challenge you as a wife, mother and a woman.  My guest post is about some of the parenting truths that I have been holding on to as my kids grow up and enter the last stages of childhood.

Sometimes I feel anxious when I think about my kids growing up in this world. Have I prepared them enough? And then I remember the 3 Habits of a Confident Mother and I sense God's peace surround my heart.Here is an excerpt:

It seems like the years are passing by so fast.  When I realize that I have just three years left with my oldest child, I get a mix between panic and joy.  I wonder if I did my job as a mother well enough.  Am I teaching her all she needs to know to survive in this harsh world?  Is she too naïve?  Will she fall for anything?  Or will she seek the wisdom of God every single day?  As I reflect on the years that have whizzed by so fast, I am reminded of these 3 Habits Of A Confident Mother and I know that she will be just fine…and most importantly, so will I.

Nix The Naysayers

My son is quiet and reserved.  He feels comfortable just keeping a few steps back in a new environment and observing the dynamics.  When he feels more comfortable, he decides in what manner he will join in.  I remember explaining my son’s nature to a client once and her husband piped up, “But you aren’t going to just let him be like that, are you?”  I looked at him as though I had been caught in headlights. 

To continue reading, head on over to Kaylene’s blog!

Sometimes I feel anxious when I think about my kids growing up in this world. Have I prepared them enough? And then I remember the 3 Habits of a Confident Mother and I sense God's peace surround my heart.

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Aimee Imbeau

Aimee is a wife to an incredible husband, Marcus, and mother to three fabulous children. She works from home as a homeschool support teacher and she homeschools her own children as well. She loves writing abut her faith and decided to give blogging a try in 2013. The rest is history...