While navigating expected milestones and unexpected turbulence, changes in cabin pressure occur. Where do I find oxygen? I find my oxygen in my Heavenly Father. I ask Him for help and he answers. Sometimes he answers with a “yes”, sometimes he answers with a “wait” and sometimes he answers with “I’ve got something better”, but he always answers. He is faithful and constant. He is my very present help, strength, and comforter - oxygen. I’m lost without Him. When I get worried, busy, tired, distracted, or sleep-deprived and forget, cabin pressure changes are a gift to remind me. One of the most beautiful expressions of this is in the song, “Breathe” by Michael W. Smith: “This is the air I breathe, Your holy presence living in me. This is my daily bread, Your very word spoken to me. I’m desperate for you, and I’m lost without you.” Note to self: When experiencing anxiety from the joys and challenges in this wonderful journey of motherhood, strap on your oxygen mask and breathe.