How to Do It Solo (And Not Lose Your Mind)

By | Everyday Life, Parenting | 9 Comments

For the past 10 days, R has been on an extended business trip. Basically, he stuck two trips together with visiting our son at college in the middle. He’s done a great job calling every day, sending foodie photos of the delicious meals he’s consuming at a variety of amazing restaurants, filling me in on work stuff (making sure I know he’s working hard), late night FaceTime dates just so I can see his handsome face, and lots of “hang in there” love texts. But, I’m not very good at doing it solo.

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Soccer Games Are For Hugging

By | Parenting | 3 Comments

Zoie and her new soccer team, the Black Mambas had their very first game on Saturday. I forgot just how adorable 10 little four years old kicking the ball, picking up the ball, hitting the ball out of bounds, and running the opposite way on the field. Zoie ran over…

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Just for Moms!

By | Parenting | 4 Comments

Guest Blogger- Galatians 6:9 Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. It’s so easy during any given day (or hour!) to become weary as moms.  Did you ever feel sunk before your feet…

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Love Is So Much More

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Guest Blogger- There were very few things more important than a Valentine box when I was in the fourth grade. It was an unwritten rule; if it looked good, so did you.  I spent hours crunching through my cardboard shoebox with safety scissors creating what looked like a crepe paper…

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Mommy DIY + Glowbird Craft

By | Parenting | 2 Comments

My family is coming to town for Thanksgiving and we have some fun crafts planned for the kids.  Zoie and Annie will love making these adorable glowbirds with help from their big sisters.  If each cousin makes a glowbird- we’ll have a table full of the crazy gobblers glowing bright…

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