Yes, my hands are full. No, I don’t need you to pull me aside at the grocery store or the church lobby to remind me. I’m a busy mama to busy little ones. We have an incredibly active five-year-old, an almost three-year-old, and a precious little two-month old. In April, we’ll welcome baby #4, and we’ll have […]Read More yes, I have my hands full (and no, you don't have to remind me)
We’ve spent the day snuggled under blankets, watching sparkling snow add layer after soft layer, stretching as far as we can see. We’ve played trains and built towers and watched a little Mickey Mouse, too. And that great big piece of my heart that is carved out for being a mama is filled to the brim. […]Read More fresh snow, new beginnings, and motherhood
I’m encouraged and inspired by my friend Katrina’s mama-bear strength and positivity. Katrina’s heart for God and others just shines, and I’m honored to share her story of living free while parenting a child with autism. Chances are, someone close to you is a parent to a little one on the autism spectrum. I hope Katrina’s perspective will […]Read More 31 days of living free: when your son has autism
When all else fails, take a picture that captures just how crazy your family is. That’s a saying, right? I read a lot articles online today that made me sad. Stories about our media’s toxic disregard of women. Stories about the cycle of foster care neglect. Stories about how invasive and addicting pornography is to […]Read More the cure to the brokenness
If you’ve ever done a drop-by at our house, you know that there’s sure to be toys scattered on the floor, dishes piled in the sink and probably one child without pants on. And I think I’m okay with that. Because I can go downstairs to the playroom and be served plastic potatoes from my […]Read More quiet down, cobwebs & dust go to sleep. i'm rocking my baby & babies don't keep.