How to Quelch Awkward

When I sat down to write this post about my number one fear – awkwardness, I realized I accidentally wrote an awkward title. Quelch is a word of antiquity and only appears in unabridged dictionaries according to Grammarist. Quelch is possibly a shortened version of squelch, but it’s definition definitely exemplifies what I want to […]

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The Delight of a Slow Walker

My sweet Little One is a character. She is 19 months old and finally walking! All it took was a trip down the aisle to join our church recently. She was ready. We went and got her from the nursery. She saw the stage and off she went. She’s bold and bright and loud and […]

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7 Years a Mama

I wrote this last night in anticipation of my Big Girl’s seventh birthday. It is an honor to be her mother and to have her in my life. God answered a big prayer the day he gave her to me. She was the gift that showed me my purpose as a wife and a mother. […]

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Planting Heart Seeds

No one told me having a six-year-old was going to be such a roller coaster. This girl. She’s vibrant one minute and pouting the next. At least with a toddler you know where you stand – “NO!” or laughing. There is no in-between. Her latest thing is to go lay dramatically across the bed and […]

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