day twenty five: any woman who has ever worked in child watch

Welcome!  If you’re wondering what all the 31 hubbub is about.  Read this.

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31 days wide

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Oh how I thought this month was such a good idea.  And oh how I underestimated how much time it would take.  I had big plans to interview 31 specific ladies because they each represented a different part of my every day life.  Well, sometimes your every day life gets in the way.  People get sick.  Plans get changed.  Stuff happens.

So today’s blog post will look a lot different because I didn’t get a chance to do this interview.  I really wanted to interview someone who works in child watch.  There are a few mom groups that I am a part of and these groups would not happen without the wonderful ladies that work in child watch.  They are truly unsung heroes in any mom’s life.  Where would we be without those people that we entrust our children with for a few short hours of any given week?  Seriously.  There are some days as a mom that, even though you feel a bit guilty leaving your crying child, in all reality you walk away with this song in your head.

I do not know if any of you know of or even read The Blue Tulip.  But I am here to say a HUGE thank you!  To each and every one of you that has ever played with, held, comforted, changed diapers, kissed boo boos or read a book to Ben, Alex or Emily—I say thanks from the bottom of my heart.

I want you to know that I see you and I appreciate you.  I know I cannot remember every person that has ever helped.  But here are a few.

Gayle

Brooke

Terri

Jane

Andrea

Griselda

Wendy

Carmen

Jessica

Miriam

Katie

The Bradley Family

All of the ladies at A Friends House

May God bless each of you for your kind act of service.

I give you each a standing ovation.

If anyone would like to give a shout out to someone who serves in this capacity, go ahead and leave their name(s) in the comments.

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