Peanut Butter, that’s what we like best – Scripture Card Day!

I like Peanut Butter{Here we are walking and raising our hands to Peanut Butter – forget the fact that my arm looks like Kermit the Frog’s arm and just focus on this as a cute mom/dot moment if you can..or focus on my Shelby K’s cutie toes. Love.}

As my dots and I walked home from Pre-K pick up we were singing.  We were singing a song that is now stuck in my head.

“Peanut butter, I like peanut butter….Peanut Butter that’s what we like best!”

{Ainsley’s song inspiration}

{Peanut Butter on our underwear?!  Oh what the hey, why not!}

I like it, its a good little jingle.  Kind of makes me chuckle every time I sing it.  Which in today’s heavy world I think is a good thing.  Chuckling and peanut butter are good things.  Silly is good, really good if you can identify it and embrace it in a day.  Especially as “Momma Lou’s.” I watched our shadows cast on the pavement as we walked, my daughters and I, and couldn’t help thinking of the chalk drawings in Mary Poppins.  Kind of wishing that we could jump into a world made of peanut butter…..and just for the sake of yummy-ness let’s make it chocolate too.  Be silly with your kids today, Mommas {I’m capitalizing the “M” in Mommas cause we rock}.  This weekend is for you, so make the choice to enjoy the role you play as you walk home from Pre-K singing silly songs about how much you love peanut butter {and chocolate} – you know it’s true!

Scripture Card Day today is perfect and so fitting – we are sharpening our swords for our kiddos.

“Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward.  Like arrows in the hand of a warrior are the children of one’s youth.” Psalm 127:3-4

“I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord.  Plans to prosper you and not to harm you.  Plans to give you a hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11

Our children will carry the torch in the next generation.  Consecrate your children to the Lord.  God desires to do great and mighty works in and through your children.  Ask that the Lord continue to do His work of making them sharp arrows ready to be slung shot out into the world and that they will be kept safe by God’s love and resounding wisdom.

“May the Lord bless you and keep you.  May He make his face shine on you and be gracious to you.  May He lift up His countenance on you and give you peace.” Numbers 6:24-26

Mommas, take a bite out of one of these scriptures and let it stick to you like peanut butter on the roof of your mouth. {cheesy, I know….but I bet you think of it every time you share a PB&J with your kiddos :)}

Hugs and Happy Mommy Day!!

Comments

  1. Desiree Elizabeth says:

    Love your blogs Cari!! Happy Mother’s Day!!

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