We’ve taught our girls to respect God’s name and not use it in vain in expressions such as “Oh my God.” They have gotten used to saying “oh my gosh” though, which we have recently been telling them to stop saying. Danae has asked me if she can say “Oh em gee” instead haha. Last week, Noelle said something like “M-O-G” (she still mixes up words and letters).

Me: What does that mean?

Noelle: Oh my….

Me: goodness?

Danae: gosh!

Noelle: No. Oh my….GULAY.

Haha. 🙂

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About Phoebe Torres-Lucero

I am Phoebe Torres-Lucero, wife of a loving husband & dedicated pastor, King, and mother to three wonderful, smart, active little girls, Danae, Noelle and Gianna. Phoebe means bright and radiant. Torres means towers. Lucero means light. Put together, my name speaks of a tower of bright, radiant light. And that is what I hope to be as I write and share with you some of my experiences, especially on being a mom.

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  1. […] Oh My… We’ve taught our girls to respect God’s name and not use it in vain in expressions such as “Oh my God.” They have gotten used to saying “… […]

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