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One Diaper at a Time

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Have you ever wondered if what you do even matters? When you're up to your elbows in dishes and diapers, it's easy to lose sight of your purpose in life.

Do you ever get tired of working 168 hours a week as a mom with no pay or vacation?

If you’re a mom, then you know there’s not much glamour in motherhood. There's not much recognition or validation, no paychecks, no promotions, no pats on the back from co-workers. And when you're up to your elbows in dishes and diapers, it's easy to lose sight of your purpose in life.

Have you ever wondered if what you do even matters?

In her book, Changing Your World One Diaper at a Time, author Marla Taviano encourages moms to see their job as valuable and rewarding. She even suggests using diaper-changing times as quick prayer opportunities, asking God to help us savor each moment we've been given with our children.

So, maybe we could cuddle a little longer, walk a little slower, hug a little tighter and remember we're making a bigger difference than we could ever know.

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