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  1. Great post Jenn. I believe a clean home makes a happy home. At least in my home. I love making the bed like a hotel, having an empty sink at night and laundry put away. Not my favorite to do. But it makes a body feel good to have structure.

  2. Your words have much wisdom, my friend, and I couldn’t agree with your more about being a homemaker! God is good to let both my daughter and DIL be able to stay home and do just what you are saying!

  3. Oh how I needed to read this tonight, Jenn. As we get ready to take the baby of our family off to out-of-state college, I have felt so lost. This seriously was what I needed to hear, so thank you.

    1. I’m so glad this has encouraged you! I need to be reminded of this stuff over and over! Repeat after me, our job is vital!

  4. I love this Jenn! Sadly, homemaking has seemed like a lost art, but I have hope that once again it will be prioritized. Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

  5. I loved your article. It reminded me of a sermon my pastor preached years ago that has always stuck with me. It was entitled “The Hand that Rocks the Cradle”. I like you learned that maybe my importance would be the children I raised that may have a profound effect on the people around them. Thank you for reminding me.

  6. This is such a great post. I transitioned to staying at home with my kids about 2 1/2 years ago (now are freshly 6 and 3.5) and it has been a season where I’ve felt lost. I’ve slowly been coming out the funk of it and this past was a blessing to read ❤️ I hope that my blog will bless others the way this has blessed me

    1. Thank you for reaching out! I am so glad you were blessed. Please be encouraged to continue the good work you have started in your home! You will never regret the time, love and care that you are pouring into your family! The rewards are countless!

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