After becoming a mother, I became heartbroken over the atrocity of abortion. I really didn't realize the horrific magnitude of tiny lives being snuffed out until I had my own. Each of us are image bearers of God, and all little babies deserve a chance at life.I decided to speak out about it. I started … Continue reading A Traditional Rebel
Slow living used to be such a foreign concept to me. As most moms are, I was busy. We added another child to our home every two or three years, and my days were full. But as time passed by, I started to feel like something was missing. Sure, I spent time with my husband … Continue reading The Beauty of Living Slowly
Yesterday was spent cooking, cleaning, and running errands. I hurried through Tractor Supply, picking up feed, pine shavings, and the cutest "Scramble on Inn" sign for our chicken coop. I raced through Walmart, while grabbing something I needed for my Etsy shop and colored pencils for my son. I transplanted a fig tree, a blackberry … Continue reading I Want to Walk in His Will
As a mom, I usually thought I was pretty prepared for what the world threw at me. But I never expected a pandemic!We are about 7+ months in now, and I feel like I'm bombarded with new questions every day.Should I sign my kids up for violin or not?What to do about birthday dinners?Should we … Continue reading What’s a Mom to do During a Pandemic?
Good morning, ladies! This morning I'm reflecting on life, and how we are called to live courageously for Christ. Life is an adventure. It is one big adventure for mamas, that's for sure. Raising and teaching our little ones is a huge undertaking, that really, is one of our most important life's work. It isn't … Continue reading Life is an Adventure