All along I felt lost in the wild. Each night I prayed that I would awake and embrace the newness of the day. Yet nothing feels new when you are wandering; it only feels foreign. … More A Mother In A Season Of Wildflowers
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Have you ever found yourself caught up in the mess that is motherhood? It is as though every where you turn there is another disaster to clean up, another heart to be mended, and before you know it, you’ve reached your max for stress and exhaustion. Today I have the honor to be featured at Little … More Little Things Can Do Big Things – Guest Post
Monday brings a new installment of Mighty Mamas with Little & Mighty, and oh man, are we discussing a good one today! You know that long list of things you said you’d NEVER do when you had children? The list that goes out the window once you actually have children and realize it’s a lot … More Mighty Mamas with Little & Mighty – Week Five
Monday means Mighty Mamas! If you are just tuning in to this empowering series, welcome! Each week I am joining nine awesome women over at Little & Mighty to discuss, share and support each other as we talk mamahood. This week we are speaking about our own mothers and how our relationships have blossomed and … More Mighty Mamas with Little & Mighty – Week Four
I have been working on a piece about marriage; specifically, how marriage evolves over the years, especially once you begin to have children. It has been my most difficult piece to write. I assumed the difficulty was in the interjections that keep occuring; the mud, the crying, the meltdowns, the diapers upon diapers needing to … More Our Vows: Making Marriage Work – Part One
The weight of growing, and birthing, and nurturing, and giving, and working, and caring, and loving, and raising — I can’t carry it all. There is no place within me left to hold it all in. I am teetering on an edge and I feel that I am about to slip down into the canyon lying in wait below me, anticipating my fall, eager to mock me and my failure. … More Letting Go