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 →
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 →
When my oldest two were a toddler and newborn people often took the liberty to share the classic mom line, “Don’t blink. You’ll miss it.” I thought they were crazy. Quite frankly when juice was spilled for the millionth time, cheerios were crushed on the floor, diapers were removed by... Read More →
Motherhood has taught me a valuable lesson. I will fail. And that’s okay. Before having my daughter I made very successful choices. I made decisions and judgments based on whether or not I knew in advance that I would succeed. If it was questionable, if there was a chance I... Read More →
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