And Then I Talked About Pissing Contests in Church

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  1. Christy Brenner says:

    love this post friend. So well put. Please come hang out in my mess with me!

  2. Nickie Brook says:

    I love this! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  3. caitlin says:

    YES! YES! I want to get a t-shirt with “Motherhood is not a pissing contest” on it! So many people need to hear that- including me sometimes! Thank you for validating my motherhood experience as still being difficult.

    PS Aidan has gorgeous, very unique eyes (your header picture!) Why do boys get the great eyelashes?!

  4. Karen says:

    As always, love, love your posts. Thank you for always asking about my family and always laughing with me about motherhood – “messy” is a good word…

  5. This, Heather, is one of the best posts EVER! Thanks for the great real-life, open-your-eyes lessons you could teach us.

  6. hi Heather,ur Mom forwarded your message to me.I am going to share it with my daughter Kim(she is the special Ed teacher)Your message is so heartfelt but addresses so many questions that strangers,family or friends might have but don’t want to offend.Aidan is so blessed and lucky to have you,his dad and big brother in his life.

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