If you follow me on social media then you saw my posts asking for blog suggestions. I confess, as Friday approached (my self imposed deadline that I'm really trying to keep up on), my mind was completely void of any ideas for a post. Thankfully, I was given some really good suggestions, the first of... Continue Reading →
I was having a really bad day. I had let my imagination run wild and it took me to a dark place. It took me to a place of doubt. I questioned everything. I doubted my husband's love for me, my abilities to meet his needs. I questioned whether I was doing the right thing... Continue Reading →
Like so many other parents, I've caught myself thinking "I wish kids came with an instruction manual". I mean having something that decipher the seemingly meaningless crying or help me make decisions on important things like school, discipline or vaccinations. Unfortunately, there isn't a single written document that can address these specific issues. Sure there... Continue Reading →
I've heard it time and again, "Practice self care to avoid mom burnout." I've been heeding this amazing advice for a few months now and let me tell you, I have been in a much better mood. When I've taken time by myself to prepare for the day, I'm much more relaxed, much more motivated,... Continue Reading →
I wanted to cry. My four year old son, out of the goodness of his heart, handed a shoe box to the young man who came over to work on his car. The contents of the box, a super-hero cape and mask that Paul M had received as a Christmas gift. The young man put... Continue Reading →
I've learned a lot since becoming a mom. But one lesson that God continually teaches me is that idealism and motherhood cannot exist.
In seasons where your hubby works weird hours it can be really hard to get time alone. Here are a few things are learned and did to make alone time happen for us.