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  1. Just thinking of you, some weeks are absolutely appalling but you all got through it and you are all still alive. I often think at the end of a terrible day/week etc that we are at least all in one piece if nothing else.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Thank you so very much, Gina! Your advice is so true. I appreciate you thinking about us!

  2. Such a tough week. Or 14 weeks, it sounds like. I understand feeling like a single mom due to your husband’s work schedule. I also understand the dislocated shoulder. My husband did that years ago. I pray that it will heal quickly and correctly. I am praying that the next few weeks go smoothly for you. May you feel God’s peace and see His beauty in everything.

    Oh, and prayers that the potty training takes off and is done quickly.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Yes it has been a tough 14 weeks! We’ve kept on a good schedule, but the end is the hardest! He is done next Friday, so we are all looking forward to that! Sorry to hear your husband has dislocated his shoulder, too. It will be fine, I’m sure, but just makes some of the tasks for his job harder. Thank you so much for your prayers and encouraging words!! Have a great weekend!

  3. Alison Baum says:

    Thanks for your openness and honestly, Angela! I too had a very long week. Nothing super major but just long days. I will be praying for you as Lane is away. Love ya! <3

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Thank you, Alison! I so appreciate your prayers. Sorry to hear you’ve had a long week!! I know how long days go…and you are so busy with all your little ones! Love you, too!

  4. I’m sorry that you had a tough week. Just keep praying. Words of encouragement: Congrats with your son’s potty training (currently going at it with my 2 yo), I used donuts to jump start him into it after months of struggling, who knew that in 2 weeks he would be pretty much trained. I’ll pray for your family and you to emerge healthy and strong after a not-so normal week. Thank you for the wonderful blog, it’s my go to tool for my toddlers.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Thank you, Dena! That’s a great idea to use donuts…my son would love that! I appreciate your prayers and such kind words! Blessings to you!

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