Tag: motherhood

Will the Next Generation Know the Lord?

It’s easy to lay down the law, the “thou shalts” and “thou shalt nots,” without introducing them to the freedom of living in communion with their savior. No wonder so many young people leave the church as soon as they are old enough to make their own decisions. They view their Christian faith as a prison, not as the liberty it truly is.

New Baby (Part 3)

When I found out I was pregnant with my final baby, my husband and I were both apprehensive. It was a big surprise. We were filled with mixed emotions, because as I said in past posts, there was so many things going on. We… Continue Reading “New Baby (Part 3)”

New Baby (Part 2)

As hard as it was, I had to let go of my family of origins. I had to leave them in God’s hands.

Fall & Entertaining & (non) Perfection

I used to think I had to have every little thing in place and every surface had to shine in order to have people over.

New Baby (Part 1)

I knew the Lord knew the desires of my heart, but he also knew what I could handle.

It’s Been Awhile…

Wow… It’s been over two years since I’ve even looked at this blog site! Time certainly does fly, doesn’t it? I don’t know why I stopped blogging. But the last couple of days, I’ve really been feeling like I need to take it up… Continue Reading “It’s Been Awhile…”

Welcoming Little Miss into the World

The day (November 19th, 2014) started out fairly normal! I went in for my weekly OB check up, and all was well… until the doc went to check to see what position LittleĀ Miss was in. Come to find out, she was breach and was… Continue Reading “Welcoming Little Miss into the World”

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