At that time the disciples came to Jesus, saying, “Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?” And calling to him a child, he put him in the midst of them and said, “Truly, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Whoever … Continue reading Faith Like a Child
Expecting a bundle of joy is one of the most exciting times of your life but all of this change can also bring with it unwanted stress and anxiety. It is very important to keep stress and anxiety in check when you are pregnant because you don't want your little one to be negatively impacted … Continue reading Managing Stress and Anxiety During Pregnancy
If you're an 80's baby like me you might remember those "choose your own adventure" books. The whole idea is to assume the role of the main character and the book periodically presents you with options. The choices you make determine the story's ending. The thrill is in the mystery and anticipation; not knowing what … Continue reading Choose Your Own Adventure
The theme of this third week of advent is joy! We light the pink candle and look forward in joy to Christmas which (unbelievably to me!) is now only days away! There are so many things in my life which bring me joy that I could choose to write about today, my husband, my children, … Continue reading Joy to the World!
We live in quite a fortunate time in history in terms of modern convenience. Of the many modern conveniences I enjoy each day a dishwasher is not one of them. With a growing family that means visiting the sink often to stay on top of the ever present pile of mugs and plates. Sure, there … Continue reading The Kitchen Sink
This was written back in February and shared on my personal Facebook page. Our healthy, gorgeous baby girl was born May 31st, 2016. So I try to keep a brave face but, I know you've all heard my complaints...This pregnancy hasn't been all sunshine and daisy chains for me. My baby and myself are in … Continue reading The Highs & Lows of Pregnancy
DISCLAIMER: After this photo I re-adjusted my baby carrier as it had sagged a bit from walking around the park (this style has ties and not buckles) Baby wearing is safest when baby is an inch or two higher up on the chest and close enough to kiss. A year ago today a test confirmed … Continue reading A year ago today…