As it turns out, I am my own toughest critic. I want to do it all and do it well. If I can’t do it well, I often lose interest. The other day my daughter was trying to do something on her own. She was getting visibly frustrated so I offered my help. She continued
You are the face of God's redemption story in my life. You see, you came at the perfect time. We had just experienced a miscarriage, a loss that I was not prepared for, nor could anyone ever be. Worse than the physical symptoms I experienced was my broken heart.
Many people have asked me why we take our daughter to Goldfish Swim School. We first started her in swim lessons at 10 months old at our local recreation center. When I was trying to decide where to start her lessons, the rec center was cheaper and the lessons were 15 minutes longer. It seemed
But, with her third birthday came the need to plan her first visit to the dentist. I had a lot of questions surrounding this milestone and I am assuming that I am not the only parent in the same boat.
It’s that time again…swim lessons! Quinn absolutely loves the water. As summer and her third birthday are only a few weeks away, we decided that it was essential that we get her back into swim lessons. Water safety is a huge deal and I want to make sure that she is safe this summer, whether
Y’all, marriage is the best. But real life, it’s also hard. I’m just going to say it…pregnancy and babies aren’t always the easiest on a marriage. There are those amazing moments where you look at each other and think, “we did this!” or “we are in this together,” but there are also many in between
March 29, 2019 in Dear Mama
Now before you read the title and write me off, give me a second to explain. There is a really valid reason that I stopped asking my husband to help with the kids. Every household is different and every couple has there own rhythms and routines that work for them (hopefully!), yet somehow, in our
I love pictures. I take them like it’s my job and display them around my house like my life depends on it. There is something so special about documenting moments in time. Moments that I am sure to look back at with fondness for decades to come. When I was pregnant with my first daughter,
Sweet Girl, it seems like just yesterday that we were heading to the hospital to meet you for the very first time. Fast forward nearly three years and we are less than 24 hours away from becoming a family of four as we prepare to welcome your sister into the world. Life is about to
I’m not really all about New Year’s resolutions these days. I found that I was setting unrealistic, unattainable and unsustainable goals and resolutions for myself. I was setting myself up for failure. A few years ago I read the book One Word That Will Change Your Life and it was a game changer for me. So for the