Balancing blogging and motherhood can be tricky at times. There’s a fine line between “work hours” and “real life hours” and many times they intersect. But it is possible to find balance and thrive in both your roles as a work-at-home-mom and devoting your time and energy to your family.
What if we all stop trying to be perfect? Can we remove the lense and give a glimpse into our real, unstaged, unedited, unfiltered lives? Can we admit that we aren’t perfect but are saved through God’s grace? What if we embrace the beauty in the real life mess?
Today I’ve over on Young Wife’s Guide sharing my thoughts about finding balance at home with family and work. Here’s a little peak at what I’m sharing: I characterize myself as a stay-at-home/work-at-home wife, mom and homemaker. Even typing all that out makes me exhausted! I’m a wife and mom first My family is my greatest priority. Tending to the… Read More
I had a choice to make that morning. I was tired, grouchy and grumpy. I had been up most of the night with one of my three children on a rotating schedule. I had the usually feedings with Jack, Amelia woke from sleep crying so I had to calm her down, then Silas woke up and wanted to get into… Read More
Welcome to the new blog design! If you have been reading CHK for a while you may have noticed a little (OK a huge) change around here that took place over the past few days. It’s been on my to-do list for far to long and I finally made the decision to knock that goal off of my list and… Read More
Welcome! I am so excited that you are here. This blog is the result of a dream made possible through prayer and a little (OK a lot of) hard work. My name is Victoria, and I am a wife and a mother to two little ones. You can read more about me here. Writing has been a passion of mine… Read More