The Great Homeschool Experiment: Nearing the End

If you happen to be friends with me on Facebook or know me in real life, you’d know that my husband just accepted a job as principal at Sussex Christian School. We are so thrilled! I couldn’t be more proud of him and for how the Lord is growing him into this godly leader. This […]

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You Aren’t Enough

“You are enough.” I see this everywhere and as a mom, it really just irks me. I know that’s the opposite of the intended effect. It’s supposed to encourage me, but—and maybe this is just me—it makes me feel so condescended to and very very frustrated. I live with me, oh valiant mom influencers with […]

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And if not… He is still good

I know there was no rational reason to think I was actually pregnant. With some extenuating medical circumstance, the chances of us getting naturally pregnant are 1 out of 1,000. But I felt pregnant for several weeks. I kept praying and begging God that we had a miracle. I cried and prayed every single day. […]

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Little People Know

Sometimes I fear we underestimate how smart kids are. But kids remember so many odd little facts! Even the most seemingly inattentive kids recall more than you’d ever expect. I was listening to my Bible one morning while I made breakfast. I like to have my personal devotions alone in my bedroom and use that […]

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Chronic Mom Fatigue

Hey tired Mom… It’s me. A fellow tired mom. A super tired mom, fighting a migraine all night and waking up to kids who seem to know I got no sleep at all and are on their worst behaviour. I’d ask, “How are you?” But I know the answer. Oh plugging along! You know how […]

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Heart of the Homemaker

“How does a homemaker care for her heart, so that she can maintain her home with a life-giving rhythm?” So read the writing prompt from The Homemaker’s Club Instagram page I enjoy. I immediately thought of a Bible verse I had drilled into me as a kid in the Kingdom Seekers girls’ group. “How can […]

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Wild Girl

I think my youngest has ADHD. Not in a “wow she’s so hyper, something must be wrong with her!” way. But in a real “I’ve researched this disorder and you have all the markers” way. Her doctor was hesitant to diagnose her before four, but now that we’re here… The evidence is currently running back […]

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