If These Walls Could Talk
Faith, fear, and the truth that is setting me free.
Why Temper-Tantrum Parenting Might Just Help You Make the Rapture
Yes, being a flawed mom is OK
How the Gospel Is Wrecking My Life
Foster care, adoption, and the American Dream
The Little House That Could
How to thrive in family life

Us Against Them {Because the Kids are Nuts!}

Okay, it’s official!  I have a slight problem. While other mommy bloggers are churning out posts with wholesome titles such as Christ Centered Hope for the Weary Mom, I am openly and unabashedly telling you that kids in general are crazy; and it’s YOU and YOUR husband against THEM. But I won’t stand down!  Even for want of a better title, ... [ Read More ]

Gynecological Adventures {Part 2}

Oh my gosh!  I thought I could pull this off - describing what I thought was a comical visit with my GYN, but I'm starting to get a really bad case of the nerves.  I mean, we ladies do this every year but NO ONE is talking about it.  Well, I did say that I'd take one for the team, so for better or worse . . . here's Part 2.   Psst: If you've ... [ Read More ]

Gynecological Adventures {Part 1}

If you're a woman, then you already know about the joy of taking your annual gynecological exam. (Yippie!) And no matter how much you dread it, this is one date that you can't break!  One of my past visits was just down-right comical.  (Tell me this kind-of stuff doesn't happen to you?) It happened years ago, but I'm bringing it back because some ... [ Read More ]

How to Survive Long Distance Travel with Your Spouse

Answer: Think duct tape and a blindfold!  No, this is not the movie 50 Shades of Grey.  This is a clean and comical "survival for long distance road travel with your spouse" post (where I vent and dish the dirt and throw Hubby under the bus because it's cheaper than therapy and I'm a really good wife like that). OK, so that wasn't nice.  Please ... [ Read More ]

How Denial and Double Stuf Oreos Can Help Moms Cope

Have you ever been this mom? . . . I stopped by the supermarket one evening and saw an all too familiar scene: a momma with a hot-red face shopping with her kiddo’s. This momma was seriously trying to hold it together.  Her grade school kids were playing - age appropriately - yet still playing, if you get my drift.  They were doing what ... [ Read More ]