Tag: motherhood

Five Truths to Encourage Homeschooling Mamas This School Year


I had a great friend over yesterday and we talked homeschooling and raising kids for hours while our kids played. We discussed the expectations of attention, curriculum, the long-term look at where our fourth graders might be in a few years. It’s also the first week of school here in our area. I’ve seen more

Continue reading

Why I’m Never Going to Be Enough

I’m so excited to be a part of Brooke McGlothlin’s Gospel Centered Mom blog tour! I read her Praying for Boys a couple years ago when being a boy mom was the most foreign thing in the world for me. And I loved it. I realized how important prayer is to the mission of motherhood. I realized how

Continue reading

The Weary Days Are Worth It

I started this post a few weeks ago and got derailed, but sometimes life needs to be derailed to deal with hard stuff and to recognize the expanse of love. To look for the grace of God through answered prayers and life-changing conversations and moments of stretching your capacity to the end of yourself. So,

Continue reading