The Guilt of Mother’s Day

Mother's Day is just around the corner, so for the past several days I have been thinking about what I want to say about Mother's Day in this space.  Honestly the more I thought about it the more guilty I felt. Why guilty? Well, I don't feel like I have been a good mother. Before you stop ...

Our Love Story

This weekend Dan and I will be celebrating our 11th wedding anniversary. The past few days I have been thinking about our love story, and the more I think about it, the more thankful I am. In 2004, I was 18 years old and thinking about my future. I made the decision to go to ...

Mamahood Stories – A Hopeful Mama

My friend Myriah is a missionary teacher who is raising her adopted daughter overseas. She has a huge heart for the Lord, and shares her story over at Plans to Prosper Us. Last week I was honored to share my story on my friend Myriah's blog as part of a series written by several mothers. You ...

1 in 8 Go Through Infertility. These are our Stories

To close National Infertility Awareness Week, I was honored to join other brave women and share my story on friend Caroline's blog. As I read this post, I was overcome by how good the Lord is. Each story shared is different, however there is so much hope to be found in between the lines.  I ...

The Lies of Infertility

This week is National Infertility Awareness week. The facts of who is affected by infertility is truly staggering. According to resolve.org: 1 in 8 couples (or 12% of married women) have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy. 7.4 million women (or 11.9%) have ever received any infertility services in their lifetime. Approximately one-third of ...

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