kids, Lifestyle, motherhood, Parenthood

I’m a ‘Middle of the Night’ Momma

I'm a middle of the night momma. I know ever creak and buckle in the floor. Each door that whines as you open and close it. How to meander quietly, silently throughout the house, to check on my peeps. To make sure my tribe of babies is safe, comfortable, cozy, asleep. While they rest, my… Continue reading I’m a ‘Middle of the Night’ Momma

kids, Lifestyle, motherhood, Parenthood

I’m Glad You are Two

Having a two year old feels like I'm living real-time in a "No, David" book sometimes. You know those books, where David gets into a ton of trouble, but at the end of the day, he loves his mom and his mom can't help but wrap him in a big hug. Yea, that's my kid;… Continue reading I’m Glad You are Two

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Toddlers are SO Embarrassing, but are SO Worth It!

I left the library today with sweat rolling off of me. I juggled a squirmy toddler and a bag of books, while trying to avoid rain puddles and utter embarrassment. We made a trip to the library today, and what I thought would be a fun experience was not. The play area was overly crowded… Continue reading Toddlers are SO Embarrassing, but are SO Worth It!

Christianity, motherhood, Uncategorized

International Women’s Day 2019

#MomBoss has become a huge following and yet, many of us feel like we can't live up to those standards. We are pulled in so many different directions that we feel drained and pulled thin, not reaching the Pinterest perfectionism of womanhood. The phrase has often come out of my mouth of being just a stay-at-home mom. Why does it have to be played down like that? As women, we should roar in the face of motherhood.

kids, motherhood, Parenthood

The Itinerary of Parenthood

This morning I woke up and was ready to go back to sleep. I had a migraine that lingered over my right eye all day, and this morning, made it hard for that eye to focus. But, I'm a mom, so going back to bed was out of the question. Photo by Pixabay on… Continue reading The Itinerary of Parenthood