A Mother’s Secret Weapon

A Mother’s Secret Weapon

If you’ve ever cleaned poop out of a bathtub, or watched a child unroll the toilet paper in order to buy extra shower minutes. If you’ve ever locked yourself in the bathroom for a moment of sanity or a snack, or arrived at a destination only to discover one child doesn’t have shoes…

Then this post it for you.

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Cultivating Community in Motherhood

Cultivating Community in Motherhood

Social anxiety has been a struggle for me for as long as I can remember. While I greatly value community and building relationships with other women, I still experience moments when insecurity creeps in and I find myself looking for the nearest exit.

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When Your Kids Are Ready and You Are Not...

When Your Kids Are Ready and You Are Not...

Recently, I encountered a season with one of my children I had yet to face. I had to let go. My second oldest son’s dream since a little boy was to serve in the United States Army as a Ranger and when our kids are young it seems like a lifetime before a dream will come to pass…and then you blink.

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To the White-Knuckling Parent

To the White-Knuckling Parent

Motherhood comes naturally to some women. It’s all some women dream about most of their lives. These women can pop out countless babies with the help of no narcotics or epidurals and look like they’re more relaxed in the first hour of motherhood than I am after a ninety-minute massage.

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