What is a “good Mom?” Is it a calm, gentle woman who never raises her voice? It is one whose house is spotless…always? What about a Mom who’s kids behave in public? I’m realizing as I grow in the Gospel that no one’s perfect “no, not one,” and that “all have sinned.” So what’s the definition of a “good Mom?” There’s no such thing (I just breathed a huge sigh of relief). As much as I strive to do my best, at my core, I’m a sinner desperately in need of a Savior. I’m the recipient of huge grace. God has not called me to be a “good Mom.” He knows I’m not; that’s why Christ came. He’s called me to love Him and others and through that love, as “not good” as if often is, I pray our boys will accept the gift of grace Jesus has given to our “not so good” family.