Monday is for celebrating and embracing the mightiness of mamas with Little & Mighty! I am delighted to find myself amongst ten Mighty Mamas today as we share one motherhood moment we don’t want to forget. Come join us – there are some beautiful stories you don’t want to miss! Advertisements
I am thrilled to be a contributor to Little & Mighty in their new series that empowers the Mightiness of Mamas! Be sure to check out Little & Mighty and join us each Monday as we discuss, share and support #mightymamas. (New adventures in my motherhood journey will now be shared with you here on the … More Exciting Announcement!
I refused the idea that I would let you get caught up and lost somewhere in the agony of the middle. For I am the anchor, how can any tethered to me ever be swept away? … More Lost in the Middle (A letter to my Middle Child)
I contemplated it all — the wonderful, the ugly, the profound — under the cloudless sky, as I listened to sounds of my children laughing. Why do some of us make it this far, when others do not have the chance? It feels bittersweet, at times, this business of living. … More On Birthdays and Time
I found myself vulnerable and a bit afraid in my doctor’s office today. As we discussed plans for my health, I was unable to focus on the context of the conversation, and fixated on a certain phrase which was frequently repeated: “In young women we would do xyz, yet, as women get older, we tend … More Thirty
I’ve been worried all weekend. The sort of worry that hangs above you like an oppressive cloud, weighing heavily down; ominous, but never letting out its rain. If only the rain would come forth and spill over, then things might be washed afresh, and that beautiful smell that accompanies rainfall would come. But this … More Love Grows (How Valentines Healed my Heart)
I was crouching outside of a public bathroom stall, a bag of thirty library books precariously hanging from my shoulder (homeschoolers are book hoarders), trying to calm my screaming 3-year-old enough to teach him how to unlock the stall and let me in to help. He had decided he was going into the stall alone … More Do You Need Some Help? (An Encounter in a Public Bathroom)