At this point, my daughters and myself wear skirts and dresses 90% of the time. Honestly, it is freeing! I used to become so aggravated pulling up low cut jeans that tend to wiggle their way downward. If I wear skirts that hit below my knee I can get up and down from the floor … Continue reading Why Skirts? Our Modesty Transformation – Part 4
Our family follows a few other modesty guidelines as well. I'm sharing them with you below! Guidelines we use while choosing tops. We pretty much buy any type of top, as long as our midriff is covered. How do we make a low cut shirt modest? We wear undershirts! By wearing an undershirt most of … Continue reading Beyond Skirts – What Modesty Looks Like In Our Family
In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety… 1 Timothy 2:9 After my husband and I were married, our girls began to dance competitively. I really had no clue what we were getting into at that point, I had danced competitively as a child and really enjoyed it. The … Continue reading Our Modesty Transformation – Part 3
In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety… 1 Timothy 2:9 The year was 1994, and I had just tried out for the 8th grade cheerleading squad. I was very excited, but looking back now, this was one of the worst decisions I ever made. To me, it marks … Continue reading Our Modesty Transformation – Part 2
A few years back our family made the decision to stop watching the Disney Channel. We do allow our youngest children to watch Disney Junior, which includes Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Jake and the Neverland Pirates, etc. The actual Disney Channel shows are off limits however. Why in the world do we have this rule? you … Continue reading Daughters and the Disney Channel
In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety... 1 Timothy 2:9 I was the firstborn child to my parents in 1980. At that time we lived in northwest Indiana. I of course do not remember much about my family's modesty standards during that time, but what I do … Continue reading Our Modesty Transformation – Part 1
Being the prolife momma that I am, I'm always on the lookout for ways to spread the message. Save the Storks is a wonderful non-profit organization that is dedicated to saving mothers and babies. Their mission is to build fleets of mobile ultrasound units that pregnancy centers can park outside of abortion clinics. 3 out of 5 abortion … Continue reading Save the Storks Gear
I never gave much thought to having children during my own childhood. I was pretty sure that I would become a mother someday, but that was never my goal. My list of life goals while I was in high school went something like this: Finish undergraduate and graduate school. Have an amazing career making loads of money. … Continue reading Are Children a Blessing or a Burden?