To The Mom Who Showed Kindness…

I saw you staring at us in that crowded restaurant. I know you heard us trying to calm our son down as he yelled and panicked. You could’ve judged us. You could’ve given us dirty looks. You could’ve asked us to quiet down, but you didn’t. You just smiled, and you have no idea what Read More

To the Mom Who Wants to Homeschool – 5 Things to Consider

To the mom who wants to homeschool, here are 5 things to consider. Whether you’re afraid of your ability to teach your child everything they need to know or you’re afraid of what people may say about your choice, I encourage you to keep reading. Homeschooling is a beautiful option, and so much of this Read More

Mom Vs. Dad Parenting Styles – Hilarious Truths

Moms and dads are so different when it comes to their parenting styles. It’s makes me laugh when I compare the two styles side by side. Both parents make a wonderful team when you add them together, but I couldn’t help but laugh a bit at the hilarious truths of Moms vs. Dads parenting style. Read More

The Power of Intentional Motherhood

Have you ever wondered what your life as a mother would look like if you lived the way you actually wanted to live? If you were more intentional about motherhood, would you be happier? Intentional motherhood is about choosing to live the life you want, not the life you think society expects of you. It’s Read More

An Open Letter to My Teenage Daughter: Advice for Every Young Woman

My daughter is only two, but let me tell you she gives us glimpses of her teenage self daily. Every time she gives us that oh so blatant look of fiery attitude we see a glimpse of her future. How can a soon to be three year old give so much attitude with one quick Read More

The Mom I Never Thought I’d Be

Six months ago I was a different mother than I am today.  My life was not easy, but my days were somewhat care-free in the scheme of things. My life was full of happy chaos, joyful noise and a clear calendar ahead. I worried about trivial things that seemed to matter so much at the 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