Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Why I celebrate motherhood everyday

I have a  habit of celebrating the simple things
like boys in dirt....

Girls in my kitchen
and half a dozen kids in my bed.
 carrot juice... 

I celebrate and adore Pioneer Woman cook book
because she has me and Taylor in the kitchen together listening to good music and cooking some of the best food you've ever had.    

Little feet
  
Motherhood is worth celebrating everyday. I found this out most
when we lost our son William. I don't get to experience life with him here, but I do get to experience life with his brothers and sisters. I've been changed. I have lost much on this journey of life but He has given me more and I refuse to take one single day for granted. I will play alot, feed them great food, and enjoy their company. I will thank the Lord every single day for their life and my life with them.

To my Sweet baby William I miss you every single day and I will never forget your sweet face, you are my sunshine.  


    

10 comments:

bbmommy2 said...

Mrs. White, you really truly inspire this mother's heart. The way you grab life and live it out loud with your big beautiful family. Reading this tonight, the tears came with the thoughts of your William. My love to you Robin.

Did you girls make the chocolate sheet cake? mmmmm... iheart PW cookbook too. My sweet husband made the Blackberry cobbler Sunday afternoon. It was the most wonderful dessert, and I really don't do desserts often. It was so good, I asked him to marry me. :^)

smallseven said...

Precious Robin. You truly inspire me every time I visit your blog! I have a long ways to go, but I want to mother like you do!
Much love,
Heather

Mama D.'s Dozen said...

Oh ... you reminded me ... I saw the Pioneer Woman cookbook at a little expensive bookstore and wanted to remember to buy it from amazon. I'll have to take a look for it now.

Always love to hear your heart in your posts ...

:) :) :)

Jen said...

thanks for the sweet reminder to cherish each moment with our little ones. i love reading your blog. i link to you on mine (if that's ok :)). i found your blog from my friend brandi's. she said your family came here to Orlando and went to our church!! and i missed getting to meet you. bummer. anyways, thanks again. i love stopping by and being reminded to slow down and enjoy these times. before i know it my sweet 6 year old boy will be 16 and my 2 month old girl 12!! time really does fly.

Beautiful Mess said...

excellent reminder!

Anonymous said...

My sweet daughter thank you for giving me the best years of my life. I don't get to vist as often as I would like, but all I have to do is click on and see the most beatiful family in the world. Really folks this is how I get to see my grandkids alot of the time.
They are the greatest. Good work Robin and Scott. I love you. MOM

Mama D.'s Dozen said...

Hi Robin,

Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog today. We would actually LOVE to come visit your sweet family. We'll be taking another cross-country road trip in August (most likely). I'm trying to remember where you live. (???) We'll be heading from Wa. State to TX and LA. Let me know where to find you ...


:) :) :)

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The Ferrill's said...

I know I sound like a broken record but I love how you love life! Coming to your blog is like going on a refreshing retreat!
I know you must miss your sweet sweet William. Thank you for sharing your love for him with us...I can learn so much about what's really important in life. Crumbs on my kitchen floor are not important, except they show that I have a house and heart FULL!
Hugs to you!

*Given Much Mom* said...

This post brought tears to my eyes... and I'm not a 'cryer'. Thank you for sharing the ways you look for the silver lining. I fail to do that far too much of the time. Bless you!

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