I’ve come to realize that my children have been the greatest teachers in my life. My degrees are in education, so it is only natural for me to teach my two year old to sort her gummy bears by color . . .
There are many different forms of "mom". We are all given this title by our children no matter how they came to us. From the moms who bring kids into their home who need a roof and love, to the moms . . .
You're the mom who sometimes has to carry her child through the grocery store kicking and screaming. Or leaving story time early because your kid didn't want to do everything the other preschoolers . . .
Fear. My most hated word because it has caused me so much heartache, anxiety and brokenness for what? Something that never came to pass. This world clings tightly to fear. You see it everywhere. On . . .
Naptime for babies and toddlers can be a welcome rest from the busyness of mothering littles. Often when babies start to outgrow that afternoon nap mothers get frustrated because they miss the quiet . . .
Motherhood isn't short of it's challenges. We face challenges daily. In other words, some days our kids "give us a run for our money." Some days we can handle things pretty well and other days we may . . .
Are you at that moment as a mom, where you feel you can't give anymore? As moms, we are always on-call. From the sick nights - to the early morning risers. We pour our life into our kids and . . .
"In the secret, in the quiet place. In the stillness You are there. In the secret, in the quiet hour. I wait only for You. Cause, I want to know You more". These lyrics from the song I Want to Know . . .
I coach a JV volleyball team and one of the things you learn in volleyball is to return to base. When the ball is in play, there's a specific spot you are supposed to be on the court. If you aren't . . .
Motherhood and homemaking can be repetitive and sometimes a bit mundane. We do the same things day in and day out. Get our kids up for the day (unless they tend to rise before you), make breakfast, . . .