Three children, five and under. One mom. One very loving and powerful God. Motherhood is long days and short years, but full of rich insights into the character and love of God - a God who will never leave or forsake one He calls His own. Everyday, in the messes my toddlers left behind, in their struggles and mine, in seemingly endless timeouts, even in the dirty dishes, laundry and grocery shopping - I meet this immense God over and over again. I cannot ignore Him. I cannot disdain His reminders of parenthood. I cannot overlook how much in my care of my children, in my husband’s faithful love, I come face to face with His constant provision and delight. My three year old refuses to let go of a phone in her hand, she gets lost, I attempt to cook an elaborate dinner with a newborn in tow, I yearn for a “real” Valentine’s Day with my husband, I realize we have way too many toys - it is in just these commonplace events that God peeks through. Interspersed are reflections on lives led and books read - experiencing September 11 from a distance, a childhood in India, coming to America and creating a life. Part memoir, part meditation on living the Christian life with three, five and under, this is a look at one mom’s daily work, a labor not only of love, but of faith itself. Because He is there, through it all, just below the surface, reminding, instructing, guiding. Sometimes funny, sometimes downright crazy, always poignant, He does not let me miss this day of small things. If you have ever had a baby, a toddler or a preschooler, if you have juggled more than you thought you possibly could handle, if you have ever wondered what in the world you are doing when you are home with your children, where God is in the midst of it all, you must read this book. Let me show you my God as I have found Him, right there, smack dab in the everyday ordinary.