It’s the middle of July, and that can only mean one thing: Back to School season is upon us! If you’ve been to Target or Wal-Mart lately, you’ve no doubt seen the shelves lined with every school product imaginable. I thought I would write a few posts, explaining how we are preparing for the upcoming … Continue reading Homeschooling: Getting Ready for the Year
Unanswered prayers. Sometimes it seems as though we have more prayers that go unanswered, or aren’t answered the way we wanted, than we do prayers that are answered exactly as we wished. Why? Does God not care? Is He too busy to hear us? Is He unable to figure out how to answer our prayers? … Continue reading Does God Really Answer Our Prayers?
“I don’t know how you do it! I feel like I’m drowning with two kids, how do you handle four?!” “I could never do what you do! You’re like a Super-Mom!” I hear phrases like this quite often from family and friends. I’m never sure how to respond. It’s like people hear that I’ve chosen to … Continue reading How Do You Do It?
Today I took 5 kids to the zoo. By myself. I was babysitting for a friend and decided to get the kids out of the house for a fun outing at the zoo. I snapped some pictures of the kids at the zoo and shared them on social media. Immediately I was seeing comments like, … Continue reading Don’t Believe Everything You See on Social Media
Birth stories are a funny thing. So much emotion is felt during labor and immediately after birth, that it can be hard to even find the words to describe it. Giving birth is this amazing miracle that changes you in every way possible. Simple words just can’t do it justice. April 20th was a Friday. … Continue reading Rafe’s Home-Birth Story
If you haven’t picked up on it yet, I’m an introvert. I NEED to be alone. The thought of making small talk in a group setting is enough to make me break out in hives. If you wonder why you can never get ahold of me on the phone, it’s because when I see your … Continue reading Running On Empty
I am currently in the play room, typing this on my son's computer while sitting precariously on the toy box that I've turned into a make-shift chair. The same computer he built with his dad, and that his 2 year old sister then proceeded to draw all over the monitor with crayon. Gunnar is watching … Continue reading How Did I Get Here?