by Kelsey Sorvick
As a mom to a small child, I often feel that I'm dwelling in the land of little, monotonous tasks. Diapers and feedings, constant redirection of unwanted behavior, and the cleaning up of tiny messes blur together until I could go through the motions in my sleep. But I do the small things gladly. Despite how insignificant they may seem, I try to remember that those little labors add up. Being intentional in the small moments flows from the great love that I have for my daughter.