Merciful Days: Let Go


Let Go Square“I WANT my POOP!” He was sobbing from the depths of his heart. “I want it. I want it. I want it.”

Sweet little man. This is a normal part of growing up.  It’s time to learn to let go.  Each day we talked about it. He needed vision and truth: “Poop is not your friend. Honey, we are not keeping your poop. Your diaper must be changed.  Poop has to be thrown away.”

I’m sensing that potty training may take a while with this one. And I am seeing a metaphor I can’t ignore. [Continue…]

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