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It is Important

Sometimes, at the end of the day, I look back and can’t think of a single thing that happened. I can’t think of...

Family Vacations: How To Make Simple Moments Into Meaningful Memories

Early on in our parenting journey my husband and I had to have a “discussion” about what sorts of family trips we wanted to take. We had...

Even Better

I remember hearing about a young married couple moving to a town several hours away.  With excitement and anticipation, they researched neighborhoods and real...

Calloused

I read a piece of thought-provoking fiction tonight. It was approximately 32-pages long and entitled “There’s A Monster Under My Bed.”

The story is simple:...

5 Ways My Third Kid Gets the Short End of the Sibling Stick

It’s no secret that having multiple kids can really split your time, efforts, and finances. It can also weaken even the strongest parents’...

How Does Your Garden Grow?

I’ve had an unforseen transformation over the past couple of years. As a girl who never had a green thumb or really cared...

How to prepare to have the best vacation ever

If you’re anything like me, sometimes you’re just trying to make it to your vacation.  This affects your preparation and remembering to do things...

Learning to Listen

Like many moms, I subscribe to those parenting emails that pop into my inbox every Monday – you know, the ones with subject lines...

My Three Sibling Rules

My kids are wonderful.

This week we celebrated Father’s Day and it gave me some mental space to reflect on one of God’s best gifts...

An Open Letter to My One Year Old Son

Dear Asher,

By the time you’re old enough to read this you will probably be embarrassed that I wrote a sappy, father-to-son letter and posted...

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