Did you get a chance to read my confession last month? I shared about feeling unprepared to raise my children with a Biblical foundation since I did not grow up in a Christian home. But by God’s grace, when I was a momma to toddlers, I was invited by a… Read More →
Here’s the honest truth sweet mama: the hand that rocks the cradle really does rule the world. Because no one will influence your daughter’s life more than you. No one. You are writing her future one day at a time. One meal, one word, one bath, one lesson, one choice, one diaper, one movie, one… Read More →
May I confess something? As a first generation Christian, I’ve often felt clueless about how to raise our children with a Biblical foundation. I’ve had to pay careful attention to the examples set by my Christian friends while also praying for God to equip me for today. Not for tomorrow…. Read More →
My years of day-to-day mothering a daughter have been over for awhile now. My girl is all grown up with a husband and babies of her own and my mothering duties have changed. I learned so many things during those sweet years. But one precious truth stands out, one unchanging… Read More →
image credit mandie joy photography “Let’s put it in the joy jar, mom!” My daughter wrapped her arms around me and rested her head on my shoulder. It was one of those rough days that came uninvited, but my ray of sunshine became a beacon of hope reminding me of… Read More →
“If you love well, you will influence your children, and your love will cover over many inadequacies.” Sally Clarkson I’m just gonna say it … the past 2.5 years have found my girls and I in a bit of a traumatic ordeal. It’s not all bad, our gracious Lord has… Read More →
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It must’ve been something I ate. At 7 months pregnant the pain in my abdomen doubled me over with what I could only imagine was a monstrous gas attack. But after a few hours and no relief, my husband Mike called our midwife and she ordered us to meet her… Read More →
You know that moment you wish you could capture in still-frame — just freeze it and frame it and have it within arm’s reach — but you know if you did it might spoil the purity of it all? I had one of those today, interrupting my mundanity. One of… Read More →