Photos by: @jengarnerphotography “Should I be doing more?” I doubtfully asked my husband this very question the other night. He kindly encouraged me that I am doing exactly what I should be doing. And he went down a list of very important things I am doing that are making an impact. I needed the encouragement… Continue reading Should I Be Doing More?
Hey there! As you may have noticed it’s been quiet over here. Now that my boys have started Kindergarten, I’ve taken some time to really focus on this transition with them. I am excited to share that they are loving Kindergarten and I couldn’t be anymore happier! They are excelling and learning so much already.… Continue reading This is Where I’m At. (Thoughts from an honest MOM)
As a mom, there isn’t much you can do alone while at home. Whether it’s eating, or sending out an email there is bound to be little people begging for your attention. After I became a new mom I was faced with this reality. I remember trying to read at the beginning of my day… Continue reading 2 Ways to change Interrupted Quiet Times into Teachable Moments
I’ve been a mama for almost six-and-a-half years now. Raising both biological and adopted children has taught me so much about openness, respectfulness, and the importance of one’s story. I know full well of my own story and what life has taught me but at times I can’t help but carry the weight of my children’s stories.… Continue reading A Safe Haven For Our Children
Have you ever done something that gave you a life-giving, purposeful feeling? Maybe it made you even think, “I was made for this.” For some, it’s making artwork, biking, teaching or singing. For me, it’s motherhood. My dream has always been to be a mom. I vividly remember begging Robbie during our first year of marriage if we… Continue reading Obedience in the Little Things
Sweet mama friend, if you are reading this then you get what it’s like to raise little people. You know the ins and outs of motherhood and you are most likely in the thick of it. We could probably spend hours at a coffee shop chatting and sharing stories about our children. We would laugh about the… Continue reading 3 Ways to help YOU become a more Effective Mom
Our words. They carry so much weight. They have a way of lifting people up or tearing people down. How we use our words can often be seen in our interactions with loved ones or noticed on our social media accounts. Our words have power and they matter. In simpler terms, our words can do a lot… Continue reading A Lesson To Our Children: Your Words Have Power