They Call Me "Mommy"

Thoughts about Motherhood; Living, Laughing, and Loving Every Moment

What’s Her Secret?

I have finished reading the second chapter of The Resolution for Women. It speaks to a secret that we women have been missing out on for a very long time, one that holds enough weight and promise to change our... Continue Reading →

Ready for Wyatt

We're having a boy! A bouncing baby boy; emphasis on the bouncing as it currently feels like he is using my bladder as a trampoline. Which, from what I've been told, is what I have to expect from our little... Continue Reading →

The Resolution

God has been tugging on my sleeve lately. Not like a sullen child who wants candy or to play or to sit on mommy's lap. More like a friend who has been patiently waiting their turn to spend some quality... Continue Reading →

When Pregnancy Ruins Your Plans…

Even mama's who planned their pregnancies [and tried for months to conceive their precious bundle of joy] can agree with other pregnant mama's on one thing: pregnancy is maybe the one thing in life that can ruin your plans like... Continue Reading →

No Room For Doubt

Pregnancy changes everything, anyone will tell you that. What most people won't tell you, what most people don't talk about, is how a miscarriage changes everything too. It changes how you see a little pink line that pops up in... Continue Reading →

What Makes A Father?

Father's Day has never been the easiest holiday for me to celebrate. Normally the day comes ripe with stinging memories of all that I couldn't be for my father, what he couldn't be for me, and how much we both... Continue Reading →

When I Was Saul

Many of us know the story of Saul the Pharisee; if you grew up in church you know more about him than most, but even those who didn't grow up in a church (those like myself) have likely heard enough... Continue Reading →

Got Purpose?

Maybe this is something that my generation specifically focuses on more than past generations, maybe we just talk about it more, or maybe we lack focus more than our parents and grandparents did so we are consumed with the idea... Continue Reading →

To Have Faith Like a Child

After a long and difficult struggle complete with many a toddler meltdown, my daughter has learned to say please. It took her quite a while to grasp the fact that if she said please she was more likely to get... Continue Reading →

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