I’ve mentioned before that I’m fairly new to the momma gig. My kiddos are little, they stay home with me and ride on the front of my grocery cart and in the basket seat while we grocery shop. I love these moments (and sometimes wish for a little peace during these moments as well) and I know I’m lucky to have them.
I’ve watched on social media and made mental notes as I’ve skimmed through Pinterest long before now, about how I wanted to do things for back to school – picking a word or scripture for the year, having a back to school dinner, etc. And it’s here, we’re in the throes of the back to school season, and my girl is headed to school.
I’m taking it all in, enjoying this season and making the most of it. But if there’s anything I want my girl to remember as she heads back to school this year and every year from now on, it won’t be the back to school dinner or what her outfit was, but rather this:
Do you suppose it matter to our Heavenly Father whether your makeup, clothes, hair, and nails are perfect? Do you think your value to Him changes based on how many followers you have on Instagram or Pinterest? Do you think He wants you to worry or get depressed if some un-friend or un-follow you on Facebook or Twitter? Do you think outward attractiveness, your dress size, or popularity make the slightest difference in your worth to the one who created the universe? He loves you not only for who you are this very day but also for the person of glory and light you have the potential and the desire to become.” – President Dieter F. Uchtdorf
This print comes in a variety of sizes and has an option to as an engineer print at your favorite copy shop or even customize it by printing up the black and white version and then watercoloring your own wash in colors of your choice. This would also be a great gift for your Young Women as they start another school year or even for Relief Society Sisters.