With Mother's Day quickly approaching I've been thinking through some ideas to share on some thoughtful and meaningful gifts! This can look different to everyone but I think I've compiled a good list of practical to sentimental. At the end of the day it’s never about the price tag or “how much” . . .
What We Learn from Eve about Marriage
I was reading through the story of Adam and Eve (Genesis 2:19-4:2) and it struck me from a different angle this time. I honestly love how you can read the same passage over and over and each time God reveals something different. This time, God revealed to me how influential we as women are to our . . .
The Birth Story of Anna Grace
This post is long overdue. But I figured her birthday would be the perfect opportunity to look back and reminisce on this day a year ago. Many have asked about how my labor went and I feel like this is probably the best way to share it. I know I can’t be the only one who looks for and gets . . .
The Best Convertible Car Seats
Especially for Small Cars, Crossovers, & SUVs I searched high and low for the perfect car seat for Anna. I wanted something that would grow with her, something that would fit in my small Civic, and Evan’s Model 3 three across, since I also nanny 2 other kids (and we want to add more babies . . .
Understanding the Christian Worldview
What is a worldview? A worldview is a basis of thought for how we, as humans, interpret the world around us. The foundations in which a worldview is built is typically focused on religion, science, or a combination of the two. A biblical worldview focuses on the world from a Godly perspective, as . . .
My Breastfeeding Story & How to Make it Easier
Ever since before I was pregnant, breastfeeding my children has always been my deepest desire. I’d done all the research and had a preference for breast milk over formula for a very long time. My biggest reasons for wanting to breastfeed were very superficial: It saves money, and it smells better! I . . .
Be Weary of Claims “in the Name of Jesus”
There’s been many times I have sat down to write and my words have come out harsh, disagreeable, and, admittedly, quite the opposite of the message I knew that God wanted me to share. I’ve prayed over how to discuss the political climate of our nation (USA, for those reading elsewhere) for months . . .
How to be Mary in a World Full of Marthas
Now as they went on their way, Jesus entered a village. And a woman named Martha welcomed him into her house. And she had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord's feet and listened to his teaching. But Martha was distracted with much serving. And she went up to him and said, "Lord, do you not . . .
What I Read: 2020 Edition
Disclaimer: I only recommend products I use myself and all opinions expressed here are my own. This post may contain affiliate links. If you use these links to buy something I may earn a small commission when you click on the links at no additional cost to you. This time last year I published a . . .
What to Read When You’re Pregnant
Becoming a first time parent is both exciting and nerve wracking at the same time! When I was pregnant with Anna, I did so much reading it was ridiculous. There are so many choices to make in such a little amount of time and the whole aspect of having to raise a tiny human to become a respectable . . .