When I sat down to think through and plan out our learning goals for home this year, my main focus was on instilling Biblical truths in my children’s hearts. I have been feeling the sense of urgency as I realized how quickly my children are growing up. My son will be entering kindergarten next fall. We are still on the fence… Read More
This week Jack turns 8 months old. My baby, my LAST baby, is growing too quickly for my liking. I know it’s a good thing, part of life, that is he is growing and developing. He’s reaching milestones he should be reaching, he’s healthy, happy and content and he is such a blessing. Currently he is on the move by… Read More
Motherhood is hard but so rewarding. There are ups and downs to our days pouring into and loving our kids. To make sure we are being intentional with our time, it’s important to sit down and think through a list of things we want our kids to see us doing on a daily basis. These are the best lessons we can teach our children.
I’m the type of mom who is insistent on preserving memories whether that be through photos, hanging on to special mementos or archiving keepsakes. The problem is I’m not so good at keeping on top of organizing or archiving those said photos or keepsakes. I have so many photos stored on my phone I desperately need to backup. I have… Read More
Recently I heard someone describe their daily doings as rituals which means observances or practices. As I thought through my days there are things I just do without thinking twice about them, the practices of daily routines. They are things that keep my sane, that add flow to my somewhat unpredicable days. They are routines that have become habits… observances and practices…. Read More
Drawing close to God during the busy season of motherhood can be a challenge but with a little creativity, and by letting go of the idea of “quiet” time, you can cultivate your relationship with God with these 10 simple tips.