kids, motherhood, Parenthood, Uncategorized

#WhyMyKidisCrying Today I was the Mean Mom

Today, I was the mean mom for countless reasons. And tonight, I feel like a terrible mom because I always hate seeing my kid's face melt into sad tears, whether fake or real, when she is upset.

Christianity, faith, Lifestyle, motherhood, Uncategorized

A Pair of Gloves is One of the Best Purchases I’ve Made

I made one of the best purchase recently. I found latex-free multi-purpose reusable cleaning gloves. This may seem like a silly or non exciting purchase, but let me explain why it is so important to me. See these hands? They are worn and withered. They are broken, bloody, and rough like leather. They aren't pretty… Continue reading A Pair of Gloves is One of the Best Purchases I’ve Made

Mental Health, motherhood, Postpartum Depression and Anxiety

My Anxiety Doesn’t Allow Me to Stop

Its naptime in our house, and I know I need to rest. That's my self-care. Being pregnant, and in the third trimester means that rest is important. But, my anxiety tells me other things are more important. Even as I lie down, my mind races, making mental check lists and scheduling things that probably won't… Continue reading My Anxiety Doesn’t Allow Me to Stop

faith, kids, Lifestyle, motherhood, Parenthood, Uncategorized

Chores, Control, & Toddlers: Learning to Trust God in the Process

Do you have control issues? I know I do, especially when it comes to things done around the house. If we had a dishwasher, I'd want my husband to load it a certain way. I have to trust that he would so it 'right.' But, we don't, so I have a never ending pile of… Continue reading Chores, Control, & Toddlers: Learning to Trust God in the Process

Christianity, kids, Lifestyle, motherhood, Postpartum Depression and Anxiety, Uncategorized

Momma, You are Where You are Meant to Be

I have a lot to get done today. My to-do list seems to keep growing, and my schedule is a little shifted around today to accommodate for everything. I have places to be, people to meet, and chores to do. Really, its not my typical day. I'm not that important. But, then, life happened. My… Continue reading Momma, You are Where You are Meant to Be

kids, Lifestyle, motherhood, Parenthood

I Played with Barbies as an Adult and I Don’t Regret it

I played with Barbies today. Not haphazardly, but full on dressing them, going along with a story line. And, it. Was. Wonderful! This week has been a whirlwind for us. As you know, we moved into a new house this week, so being busy and tired is an understatement. Not to mention, being halfway through… Continue reading I Played with Barbies as an Adult and I Don’t Regret it

kids, Lifestyle, motherhood, Parenthood

Potty Training Day 3

We started potty training my 2 year old on Monday. And to say it has been a breeze would be a lie. We aren't doing any of the 3 day methods, though I love the idea. But our friends that we are currently staying with probably wouldn't be a fan of accidents on their nice… Continue reading Potty Training Day 3

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

Lifestyle, motherhood, Parenthood, Uncategorized

13 Thoughts on Moving

This week is moving week. Again. The hubby and I have coined ourselves the official nomads. We move A LOT. I guess you could say we are adventurous? We have both had major experiences, especially moving states, but, this time, its just to a new neighborhood. Its a little different with having a kid, though.… Continue reading 13 Thoughts on Moving