We always suffer more in imagination than in reality... and we always worry more than we should.

When I first found out we were expecting a new Bub, I was a bit worried about tandem feeding. Not because I didn’t want to do it or had any negative experience; simple because I’ve never done it so wasn’t sure how it would go, and it didn’t look like ^^^ was going to give up his milk any time soon

Turned out that the little man weaned himself at 16 months so I didn’t need to worry.

It’s the same thing now with sleep. Each night this little dude needs me beside him to get to sleep. He generally goes off very quickly but it’s tempting to worry about how that will go once baby arrives. But, he’s very close with James and the kids so I don’t think it would take much to have him settle with another family member. And I’m also aware that this “problem” could sort itself out all by itself just like the tandem feeding concern.

And so I’m reminded that we always worry more than we need to and we always suffer more in imagination than in reality.

And God’s got it sorted already.

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