Time for Mom: A Road Map for 2009

If you’ve read more than three blogs this past week, you’ve for sure landed on some posts that talk about setting goals or making resolutions for the New Year. It seems that everyone, including me, loves this opportunity for a fresh start. By the time December arrives, the year has become messy and cluttered. Oh! […]

Goals for Growing in 2009

1. Read more. Simple Mom’s Book club. Bible reading.2. Go green. Recycle. Reuse grocery bags. Grow a garden. Compost.3. Clean and Organize. Room by room makeover. Declutter. Help kids learn their chores and be consistent on the follow through.4. Eat better. More whole foods. Less sugar. Less junk food in general.5. Exercise. Start a work-out […]

TGIF: Saying Thanks

The day after Christmas. Ho hum. The party’s over. Or is it? Let’s not be fooled that the season of goodwill just magically ended at the stroke of twelve last night. Hopefully, we’re teaching our kids to show love and compassion all 365 days of the year. One great way to exercise those sentiments today […]

When Do You Say When? Having Babies, Building Families (Part Four)

The conversation started here. A few months ago Libby wrote me and asked, Here is the thing: do you think that your family would have felt complete if you had only given birth to boys? I ask because I have three precious sons, hard won after years of infertility treatment. They are the center of […]

Must Read! Simple Mom

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Have you been reading Simple Mom? You should be. I’m tempted to quit blogging because Tsh says everything I want to say — only way better. I want to be like her when I grow up. Check out her latest post and be encouraged in your Life as MOM.

Links of Love: The Honest Mama Edition

This week has been one of feeling like a major loser as a mom. And it’s only Wednesday. The house is a mess; meals have been haphazard; school has not been the well-oiled machine that I would like to think that it is. I just haven’t been up to snuff. At least not in my […]

From Worry to Wonder

I’m over at Parenting the Tiniest of Miracles this morning. Check it out.

When Do You Say When? Having Babies, Building Families (Part Three)

“Family planning” can be a controversial topic. The Church has battled over it for centuries. Nations and politicians have all had their say in one way or another. Manufacturers and advertisers certainly put in their two cents in order to make a buck off the deal. Everybody has an opinion it would seem. I’ve walked […]