Surrender All

A story of how faith was interwoven with reason, and the difficult and loving response that a husband and wife made together in response to their unique situation as it changed over the course of their marriage.

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Book Review: Letters to Women

If there’s one thing I’ve learned it’s that no matter what we’re going through, no matter what we’re trying to discern, it’s absolutely necessary to our sanity to know that we aren’t alone. It’s a lesson I’ve learned time and time again as I speak about NFP. We need to know that someone else out there…

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Good Parenting Means Remembering I’m a Child

It was a Monday in every sense of the word.  I was up earlier than usual, and so were the kids. My 3 year old and I were downstairs, wandering around the house aimlessly as I guzzled my coffee, half pleasant ritual, half absolute necessity.  I peeped through the dining room window, and was caught…

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Real Talk: Honeymoon Sex

I counted out the days on my chart and didn’t want to face the reality it confirmed – I was going to be fertile for the first part of our honeymoon. To say I was disappointed is, of course, a dramatic understatement. It just seemed so unfair, like a cruel joke. My now-husband and I…

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Mary’s Virginity: Hope for the Hyper-fertile and Infertile

A child she didn’t plan. Children she never bore. What Mary’s motherhood reveals about the crosses of hyper-fertility and infertility.

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A Day for All Mothers

For this Mother’s Day, I invited four mothers to share a short story related to their struggle with infertility. I wanted to give them a chance to speak when it can be difficult to do so. And I wanted to give us all a chance to listen so that as we celebrate our mothers tomorrow, we can remember these women as well.

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From a SAHM: Why Self-Care Still Matters at Home

All the reasons why wearing actual pants really matters… especially during a pandemic.

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