Preparing for Motherhood Part 1: During Pregnancy — The Domain for Truth

Establish the need: Once you find out the exciting news you are pregnant, now what? For this series we will eventually see four points to think about concerning preparing for motherhood. During Pregnancy After Pregnancy Going to Church with an infant Words to Husbands We start off with the first one: During Pregnancy. We are […]

via Preparing for Motherhood Part 1: During Pregnancy — The Domain for Truth.

As my daughter is expecting her second child in five months, this is a timely post.

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16 Responses to Preparing for Motherhood Part 1: During Pregnancy — The Domain for Truth

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    Thank you for sharing this on your blog!

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    • You are welcome. Looking forward to the rest of the series.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        Wow that’s awesome

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      • You do a great job of explaining it and I am confident the rest of the series will be explained as well as you did the first part.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        Thank you for that encouragement

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      • You are welcome. Dad always taught me to give honest compliments and encouragement.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        That’s a good trait of a father I need to do that as a father as well

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      • Dad taught me a lot by doing as opposed to sitting down and telling me what I should do.

        Your actions as a father will teach them more than your words; ideally your words will match your actions and I believe you are the kind of father who will do your best to make sure they do.

        I always tried to make sure my words matched my actions with my daughter as well as with others.

        Sadly, too many parents tell their children one thing and their actions show the opposite. I know a couple who tell their children not to lie, but lie to them constantly. They don’t understand why their children lie to them so much. If I thought pointing out the issue would help, I would. In the case of the father, he thinks lie A in his mind so that lie B isn’t a lie. He doesn’t call lie A a lie, but the few times I made the point, his response indicated the thought in his mind was a lie. Him, his wife, and the children are all bad liars. By that, I mean it’s painfully obvious when any of them lie.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        THanks for sharing this

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      • You are welcome. We grew up church mouse poor, but Dad was able to get credit with local paint and hardware stores to help with his carpentry business because they knew he would pay them back once a job was finished. In addition, he could have charged more for his services, but many locals couldn’t afford the higher prices so he charged a reasonable price that wasn’t out of reach for his customer bas.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        Wow noble of him

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  2. SLIMJIM says:

    Scheduling this on Twitter

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