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Thoughts for My Children

Thoughts for My Children

My beloved, this: Stand up for those who can’t defend themselves.  This world says to put yourself first.  God says to put others first (Philippians 2:3).  This is especially important when you see someone being mistreated, discarded, or used.  Unborn… Read more →
Not the World’s Best Mom

Not the World’s Best Mom

Whenever I hear someone declare that a particular woman they know and love is the best mom in the world, I have mixed emotions. I think it’s nice that’s what they feel about her, but it also makes me squirm.… Read more →
Four Confessions of a Horrible After-School Mom

Four Confessions of a Horrible After-School Mom

I have been guilty of being a horrible after-school mom. These are my confessions. If you want your children to glide in on clouds, harps a strummin’, sweet cherub-cheeks a smilin’, and bless you with their compliance, gratitude, soft voices,… Read more →
The Alcoholic Next Door

The Alcoholic Next Door

by: anonymous  I’m the mom behind you in the school pickup line, I’m the neighbor who brings you homemade cookies on occasion. I’m the woman you sat next to in church last Sunday.  I’m the person you worked with on… Read more →
Holes Left

Holes Left

  Several years ago I taught a pre-K class.  I noticed that several of the kids were saying hateful words to one another, not really understanding what the harsh words were doing. I brought a board to class, along with… Read more →
What to Say (and NOT say) to Your Infertile Friend

What to Say (and NOT say) to Your Infertile Friend

  Today we’re concluding our infertility series by talking to those of us (me included) who have never experienced the difficulty of getting pregnant, miscarriage after miscarriage, IVF, surrogacy, or adoption. So I asked a few of my friends who… Read more →
Is Going to Church Really That Important?

Is Going to Church Really That Important?

“Why am I still doing this, God?” I angrily mumbled to myself while spraying down the kitchen counters for what seemed like the millionth time.  Our house had been on the market for a little over a month.  If you… Read more →
Will She?

Will She?

I could see her chubby little hands creeping up and folding around the glass as I took a drink of water.  She was interested in what mommy was doing and wanted to give it a try herself.  With her straddled… Read more →
Children Are A Heritage

Children Are A Heritage

by: Lauren  Mulvey   After just celebrating one year of marriage, my husband and I weren’t necessarily “trying” to get pregnant, but I had reasons to speculate that maybe…just maybe; after several pregnancy tests and those two pink positive lines… Read more →
My Life in the Public Restroom

My Life in the Public Restroom

WARNING THIS BLOG POST CONTAINS POTTY LANGUAGE!! The hot food had just arrived at the table, and right on cue, my oldest, then 3 years old, announced that she needed to go to the restroom.  Sigh, “Okay, honey, let’s go,”… Read more →
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