I’m so glad you stopped by. I’ve compiled a bunch of posts about motherhood that may be helpful to you.
Keep in mind that I’m only 14 years into my motherhood journey, so I have a limited view. Our home is a work in progress and each person in our family is only human after all – with strengths and weaknesses, joys and sorrows – and in great need of Jesus’ love, forgiveness, and grace. But along the way, I’ve been enriched by God’s guidance, my mom’s wisdom, and wisdom from other people. I’m learning how to love my children… and I love sharing what I learn with you.
I hope you find something up-lifting and helpful here.
I’m cheering you on!
Half the Distance and Twice as Far: On the Inevitable Sacrifices of Motherhood
You Really Just Had to Be There
This Truth About Motherhood May Be a Game-Changer
5 Simple Choices for Postpartum Health
How to Successfully and Peacefully Breastfeed Your Newborn at Night
Motherhood: I’m Going to Savor It
The First 7 Years: What Really Matters in Early Childhood
Ten Tips for a Happy Toddler
Do You Want to Train Your Kids in Kindness?
Got a Whiney Child? Here are 2 Things That Helped Us
Kids Cry a lot: And What the Gospel Has to Do with It
Kids Laugh A Lot: Build a Happy Home
Motivate Your Kids Without Bribery, Candy, or Charts
Tired of Playing Tug-of-War with Your Child? Try This.
Backyard Baseball: No More Ghost-Runners (Motherhood Hack)
2 Superpowers for Every Kid: “I Can Go First.” “I Can Go Last.”
The Birthday Book: The Answer for That Ever-Growing Stack of Greeting Cards
How to Get Your Life Back from Distraction, Depression, and Distance
Children of any age:
When Your Child Doesn’t Love You
We Changed the Way we Talk About Sex with our Kids
Especially for you, Mom:
Mom, Your Degree and Career are Worth Every $
As We Empty Ourselves for God, He Will Fill Us
The #1 Thing We Can Learn from Mommy-Guilt
When Ministry Happens in Fits and Starts
Remember the Dream, Mama: A Whisper of Encouragement for When the Days Drag On
What it Takes to Float: Motherhood
Motherhood Is Good for Women
When You Feel Invisible, You Glorify God
Approach Motherhood Like Med School
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