The past several years in our home have been filled with so much joy, so many blessings, and so much to be thankful for. And – they have also been years full of grief, pain, loss, and deep sadness. Many times over the past several years we have had to discuss what we should tell our kids about deaths in the family, chronic illnesses, and losses untouchable. Continue reading
December can often feel like a time of chaos and pressure, there are so many things to be done, bought, and made that it can be easy to feel overwhelmed even with the beautiful things. While all the celebrations that December holds are wonderful, fun, and meaningful – there is just no way to do it all. I want to give you the grace today to know that you – fellow parent – you do not have to do it all. Continue reading
From the moment I found out I was pregnant with my second child I knew that she was going to be completely different from her older brother. Strike that. From days before I could even get a positive pregnancy test I knew things were going to be different this time. Continue reading
This post was originally published by the Today Parenting Team here.
The internet is full of lists on how to be a better parent. Lists that promise to make your life easier if you just follow these simple steps, follow these rules, do these things. This is not one of those lists. This my friends is the only parenting hack you will ever need.
Are you ready? Continue reading
In honor of our son’s last day of being an official two year old here is a little peak in to what our average day at home looks like. (P.S. I really think this post should be titled “Keeping Up With a Two Year Old: V. 8 Months Pregnant”) Continue reading
Another guest post by my wife…this time a snapshot into the life of a stay-at-home mom and an energetic toddler. Spoiler alert…being a stay-at-home mom is not a vacation and far from easy, and my wife does a tremendous job! This is snapshot of our boy about a year ago. Enjoy!
This is motherhood…