Lonely and Bitter
Pinterest0TwitterFacebook0Alone This past week, my husband has been out of town to be trained into a higher level mechanic. As a stay at home mom, I had to handle everything for the home, my two non-school-aged children, and cook every meal. The week leading up to this jump in responsibilities […]

Lonely and Bitter


Potty Training: Number Two
Pinterest0TwitterFacebook0Boys and Girls My youngest child, a cuddle-bug with big emotions, just turned two. Today, he peed on the potty for the first time! Cue the party balloons and tissues, we have entered the potty-training phase. Happy Birthday to Mommy! Honestly, I had no idea how much fear I had […]

Potty Training: Number Two



Grieving The Baby Stage
Pinterest0TwitterFacebook0As I sit and write this morning, my sweet toddler boy is trying to escape our front door to ride his new tricycle. Of course, he does not understand that there is a lock about two feet above him and he can’t ride the tricycle by himself yet, but that […]

Grieving the Baby Stage


He Like-Likes Me
Pinterest0TwitterFacebook0Yesterday was hard. It seemed everything I put my hands to failed. My youngest cut his finger on a candle in broken glass. I lost my temper and I let down family and friends. As I hung “world’s worst mom” around my neck at the end of the day, I […]

He Like-Likes Me



Fun Suckers
Pinterest0TwitterFacebook0God Is In Charge Context is king in Ecclesiastes. Without it, scriptures like the one I am about to quote can lead us down a very unhealthy path. King Solomon is thought to be the author of Ecclesiastes as he shares his wisdom and the deep sorrows life can bring. […]

New Beginnings


Pinterest0TwitterFacebook0Under Qualified I am often overwhelmed by the number of people who need help but cannot seem to find it. Yet, God has chosen to withhold the finances to give abundantly. I suppose we are not ready yet. Or maybe we are still learning about the best ways to help […]

Overwhelmed