The Stage You’re in is the Hardest

Motherhood never ceases to amaze me. I keep waiting for something to “click” and for life to settle down. Don’t get me wrong, I love it, but I always feel like I am waiting for something. I console myself by saying “it will get easier when *insert thing I think will make my life a…

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Good Enough is Good Enough Book Review

As a new mom, I’ve got a hankering for all the honest conversation I can get on this parenting gig. Maybe it’s just me, but I feel such immense pressure out there on moms to be a certain way, look a certain way, act a certain way, and for the love of all things holy,…

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What I Learned While Breastfeeding – Part 3

If you’ve stuck it out with my breastfeeding posts this far, I feel like you deserve a medal. Which let’s be honest, you do anyway cause you’re a mom, you made a human and are keeping it alive while relatively staying sane yourself. Well done!

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Baby-Led Weaning: A Year in The Life

At my baby’s six-month checkup about a year ago (hold on, I’ll finish when I stop crying over how big my baby is) I was all geared up to speak to her doctor about starting solids. I couldn’t wait to humble-brag about how I was going to make her all-organic -homemade food in my fancy…

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What I Learned While Breastfeeding – Part 2

In my last post, I gave you all the not-so-lovely details of my breastfeeding experience with my first little tyrant. Now I’m going to share  a few things I learned from my first breastfeeding experience, and that I hope at the very least will offer some solidarity. Since as I’ve said a lot (you’ll probably…

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Learning to Pray as a Mom

With an active 18 month old on my hands, working part time, and making sure our family is fed with a relatively clean house, I really struggle to find time for prayer. If the baby is awake, I am generally playing with her while I intermittently answer emails, and when she is sleeping I tend…

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Video: Conservative Women in a Liberal World

In honor of International Women’s Day, Patrina Mosely, Emily Frase, Sarah Perry and Brynne Krispin tackle what it means to be a Christian conservative woman and where our place is in a culture in which we continue to be marginalized.

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