5 Myths About Homeschooling

This post contains affiliate links. Read my disclaimer for more information.  So if you hadn’t already figured out from the title of this post, we are officially a homeschooling family now. There are so many reasons for this new choice, which would be too lengthy to explain in this post, but the biggest reason is Read More

Motherhood Book – Living on Coffee and Prayer

All mothers live in two worlds. One world is full of laughter, joy, and precious cuddles. The other world is full of potty training, tantrums, germs, and tears. Both worlds are important, and both worlds compete for center stage. Author Christi Cazin knows that motherhood is two-fold. Her days are chocked full of diaper changes, Read More

For Such A Time As This…

On May 7th 2018, the neurologist called my cell phone around seven at night. As I sat down slowly I listened intently to the doctor’s words. I felt sweaty, sick, and scared. My heart began to flutter painfully. He spoke quickly, but I barely found words to reply. Hot tears streamed down my face. I Read More

When It Rains It Pours…Dealing with Grief

I love when it rains. I love the sound it makes as it pitter-patters on my window, I love the smell of the crisp, damp air, and of course I love any excuse to hibernate inside my cozy house for the day. Rain is important and has value. Rain serves a great purpose. I’ve been Read More

Be the Light

We live in a dark world. Politics have turned people against each other, evil has become a part of our everyday lives, and sadly God is being pushed further and further away. I, for one, can’t even begin to imagine the state of the world in future years to come. Our kids deserve a better Read More

Letter to a Brand New Mom

This post contains affiliate links. Read my disclaimer for more information. Dear Brand New Mommy, Congrats! Welcome to the mom club. As you’ll soon find out, motherhood is full of ups and downs. Tears, tantrums, sleep deprivation, and diapers will all become your new normal. Your job title will soon include cook, maid, milk producer, Read More

5 Reasons Why Stay at Home Mom’s Deserve Respect

This post contains affiliate links. Read my disclaimer for more information.  I’m a stay-at-home mom. No, that doesn’t mean I eat Bon-bon’s all day, I don’t even know what a Bon-bon is! My day is full of constant work actually. I fold clothes, wash fingerprint covered surfaces, prepare about five meals and fourteen snacks a Read More

A Letter To My Weary Soul

Dear Weary, Worn Out Mother, I know you’re tired today. I know you feel like a failure. Yesterday was rough, wasn’t it? The doctor’s office made you wait too long, the shot your daughter had made her sick and fussy. You knew it wouldn’t last long, but you still felt overwhelmed by the tears. You Read More