One for the Record Books

This has been the most life-changing year I’ve ever had. In 2016, Robert and I bought a house, survived 21 weeks of morning sickness, and had our precious little girl. While I…

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When Hard is Best

Yesterday I was attempting to change my squirmy daughter out of her soiled diaper (and clothes, let’s be real). She was not having it. There were screams. Tears. Lots of wiggles. She…

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Election Year Issues

*This isn’t meant to spark debate. This is strictly an opinion piece. You are entitled to your own opinion (Rom. 14) and I will not bind mine on you and you should…

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The Worst Sound

So far, there’s no worse sound than hearing my innocent baby cry. I immediately spring into action, looking to see if there’s a way I can alleviate her frustration or stop her…

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Baby Flaws

Baby flaws. Those words may make it seem like the flaws are barely noticeable; minor. If that were the case, what an easy post this might be to read. But that’s not…

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Grace, Humility, and Sleep-Deprivation

It’s been a while since I’ve sat behind the screen, mostly because it’s been a while since I’ve had two coherent thoughts back to back. On July 8th, I gave birth to…

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The Psalm Challenge

Recently while reading through the Psalms, I realized that I was reading words that I hadn’t hidden in my heart. I knew that these words, springing forth from the heart of a…

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Jesus Loves ______

Recently I was smacked right between the eyes with a pretty brutal reality: sometimes I think Jesus loves me more than He loves others. I don’t intentionally feel this way. Actually, I…

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A Heart After God’s

David is considered a man after God’s own heart. As I’ve been studying through the life of David recently, I’ve realized that my heart and David’s heart are often very unalike. When…

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I Don’t Want To Be A Good Mom

When I found out I was carrying a precious little baby, one of my first thoughts was, “will I be a good mom?” It’s overwhelming finding out that you are responsible for…

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