Day 16 – Thankfulness for Good In-Laws

If you're new here, I would love to have you join our community. You can subscribe to my RSS feed or subscribe by email so you don't miss a thing!

Sisters please take a moment to grab our “30 Day Being Thankful Challenge” Button, if you have not done so, that others may join in on this amazing challenge that has been put together by 30 amazing women. ~Thank you

One of the many things I have to be thankful for are a greatmother and father in-law.

So many people refer to their in-laws as out-laws.  We’ve all heard the mother-in-law jokes and we’veall heard mother-in-law horror stories from our family and friends.   By the way….why do you never hearfather-in-law jokes?!

Thankfully, I don’t have this problem.  My mother and father-in-law are great!  They’re very supportive of my husband and I andthe decisions we choose to make.  They’realways ready to give their advice or opinion when asked for it, but they neverover step their boundaries.

My in-laws adore my children and have a great relationship withthem, but I’ve never felt threatened by their relationship.  I can trust that they won’t allow my childrento do things I wouldn’t allow when they’re left alone with them; with theexception of eating too much junk and getting their clothes too dirty!  But that’s what Grandparents are for, right?

I don’t have nagging,always in our business, always at our house kind of in-laws, nor do I havethe kind that never calls, never comes tovisit, and doesn’t have a good relationship with my children.

I don’t want to take my husband’s parents for granted.  They were in fact the ones that raised such afine young man that I feel in love with! I’m thankful for the way they raised their little boy to grow into aman.  He’s one that works hard to providefor his family, is full of vision, respect, and isn’t afraid to stand up for truth no matter the cost.



Thankful Challenge:
Show your in-laws your appreciation for them.  You can write them a letter, send a card,make a phone call, or invite them over for dinner.  Express to them just how thankful you are tohave them in your life.

Thankful Challenger:

Heather is a child of the King and in need of His abundantgrace every day. She’s never found Him to give up on her, although she admitsHe should have a long time ago! Heather has been married to her best friend for4 1/2 years. They have been blessed with 2 children so far that light up theirlives daily. Heather and her family are currently pastoring their first church.You can find her blogging at RaisingMighty Arrows; as well as connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.

Link up to the challenge:


I’d like to invite you to link-up if you are participating in this challenge, or if you have written a post that will encourage women to be more thankful.
If you are not a blogger you can link up too – just use Becoming a Strong Woman of God URL in place of your own to indicate that you are committed to this challenge.

Bloggers, if you are linking up below, may I ask that you post the “30 Days of Being Thankful” Challenge button on your site so that other women will join in the challenge as well.

Serving Him With Joy,

For comments or questions, contact me at:

becomingawomanofGod[at]gmail.com
Find Becoming a Strong Woman of God on facebook: Click here

If you would like to have Becoming a Strong Woman of God delivered to your inbox daily, simply click here: Subscribe to Becoming a Strong Woman of God
 

Never miss a post! Get free right to your inbox!

Share Button
About Sonya

I am a sinner saved by grace trying to move through this broken world as a wife, mom and homeschooler. I have 3 gorgeous sons {24, 17 & 11} and a wonderful husband of 13 years, that have my heart! I don’t have all the answers however sharing my life with you in hopes that it will drawer you closer to Him. I pray that when you leave here you walk away knowing Him better.

Speak Your Mind

*