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Monday, May 16, 2011

These last few weeks and especially the last few days have been an emotional roller coaster. But Heavenly Father knows exactly how much we can take and what we need at specific times. This morning I woke up feeling completely overwhelmed. I was crying when I read a message from a sweet lady telling me she could help me with Graham. That is exactly what I needed.
And today when I was crying again I got a call from a good friend that lifted up and helped me to put my problems in perspective.

Life is hard.
That's the plan.
But we can do it!

Someone please remind me of this in the morning.

P.S.! Amron got all A's and B's this semester!!!! We were pretty sure since he missed a week of school when the babies were born that we wouldn't do that good, but he did! We are really blessed.


  1. Oh Brooke you are amazing! It just shows you what an wonderful woman you are for Heavenly Father to bless you with these gorgeous children! I am in awe of you! Stay strong, give yourself a treat, and accept help! You deserve all the blessings in store for you! Please let me know if you ever need a friend! :)

  2. You can do it Brooke! Just one day at a time... just one day at a time... that's what I always told myself :) Pretty soon a year has gone by and you wonder what happened to your tiny little babies. You're awesome; yes accept help ~ everyone wants to help!! I think your mom was my visiting teacher when my twins were born, and one day she offered to come over and do a little cleaning up for me. I was totally appalled at that idea! Somebody else sweeping MY kitchen?? But she talked me into it and that was the day I learned that it was okay to not do everything myself. I hope that you have come to the same realization! Everyone loves you!

  3. Aww Taylor, you are so sweet! Thank you so much, that made my day.

    Sister Pratt-That's a really good way to look at it. I get overwhelmed pretty easy so focusing on one day at a time (or one hour) that should help. That sounds like my mom. She did that for me today too.