Mother Daughter Relationship

I'm preparing for a Mother Daughter Tea Party this weekend and was praying about what to say to love and encourage mother daughter relationships.

I came across Psalm 139:16. This verse tells us God formed us and our days before we were created. That means He planned who are mother was going to be and who are daughters were going to be before we even existed. He created our mother daughter relationships. He didn't just throw us together like a tossed salad but perfectly place us in our mother daughter relationship the way He desires. Not only did God choose who are mother and daughters would be but because He loves us so much he gave us talents and strengths to help each other. 

The bible tells us that children are our heritage, Psalm 127. They are a reward from God! A gift! Mom's, your daughters are a gift from God! Your daughter is the perfect girl for you. 

Daughter's, your mom is a gift to you from God. Your mom is the perfect mom for you. 

Mom's and daughter's you are gifts to each other. A relationship created by God!! 

Mom's, your work as a mom is so valuable. Your scarifies and struggles do not go unseen. God sees them and He will bless you!

Mom's you are loved and appreciated! 

Blessings,

Starla J

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      9 comments:

      1. <3! Mother and daughter relationships are so precious :) thank you for the encouragement... we as mothers need that from time to time.

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        1. You are so welcome! Thank you for stopping by!

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      2. We are 7 weeks away from our due date with our first baby and it is a girl! I am so looking forward to cultivating a positive mother/daughter relationship!

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      3. My daughter and I have a wonderful relationship. She's nine. I just pray that it stays this way!

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      4. What a beautiful post and a beautiful reminder. I cherish my mom. As a mother of two girls, I hope that they love our relationship as well. I appreciate the scripture you've shared here too... perfect!

        Thank you for sharing (and for linking up to the SHINE Blog Hop).

        Wishing you a blessed day.
        xoxo

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      5. The mother-daughter relationship is very special, and definitely worth nurturing. Thank you for this encouraging post. I'm featuring it today on the Hearts for Home Blog Hop!

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