Motherhood

One Kid is Harder Than Four Kids. Trust Me.

For everyone who’s ever said (or thought), “I can barely handle my one kid, I don’t know how you do this with four kids!“ I want to let you in on a little secret: I don’t. One kid is the hardest amount of kids to manage. I know the math doesn't add up. I know… Continue reading One Kid is Harder Than Four Kids. Trust Me.

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Keeping the Sabbath Day Holy: Jesus, Family and Rest

In A Mother's Rule of Life the author, Holly Pierlot, talks about being really intentional with her time on Sundays. Her Sundays are for: lots of rest, lots of family time and lots of Jesus. That's it. I love that. I’m always trying to find a healthy social media/real life balance. How much is too much phone… Continue reading Keeping the Sabbath Day Holy: Jesus, Family and Rest

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Are You Pushing Your Kids Too Hard: Why Extracurriculars Don’t Matter THAT Much

A few weeks ago parents were invited to watch the last 10 minutes of dance class. A rare treat. I sat on the floor as my sweet 7 year old performed with her friends. Their dance was beautiful and I was amazed at how in sync they were. I videoed and smiled and held back… Continue reading Are You Pushing Your Kids Too Hard: Why Extracurriculars Don’t Matter THAT Much

Motherhood, Real Talk

That Stay at Home Mom IS Judging You: Here’s Why

Do you ever feel like moms on the “other side” are judging you? The breastfeeding moms? The working moms? Do you ever feel like that article they shared was a subtle jab at you? Well, I’m going to be REALLY honest with you: They ARE judging you and it WAS a jab. Do you know… Continue reading That Stay at Home Mom IS Judging You: Here’s Why

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Serious Question: How Do You People Remember to Dress Your Kids for the Cold?

I went out into the world today to get my 4 year old’s hair cut because that’s what competent mothers do apparently. Before we left, I checked the weather (and by “checked the weather” I mean I stuck my arm out the front door and waved it around). Crap. It was cold. My arm estimated… Continue reading Serious Question: How Do You People Remember to Dress Your Kids for the Cold?