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I Don’t Have To, I Get To

I received several reminders to share this post today. This year has had its ups and downs, yet, I have not found myself wishing the year was over already. I am still dreaming and hoping for God’s best in my life, family, the Church, my community and nations. Y’all, this year is still loaded with […]

To the Anxious Ones

Anxiety, a negative and burdensome feeling about the future. That’s one way to describe anxiety.  An anxious person sees and desires a future, but is overwhelmed by the challenges that may arise. That is the best way I can describe my experiences with anxiety. Anxiety is an emotion characterized by apprehension and somatic symptoms of […]

My Self-care Routine: Homeschool Mama of 5

I get asked all the time, “How do you find time to take care of yourself while raising 5 little ones and homeschooling?” Truth is, we make time for whatever is important to us.  Our physical bodies need attention just like souls do. If we want to be healthy spiritually,  we need daily nourishment through […]

The Great Deceptive Paradox: Christian yoga

This post is in response to my sister- Temi’s post about prenatal yoga. It is by no means written to hurt or offend anyone, but rather to share the truth as it has been revealed to me in scripture. I briefly mentioned my thoughts on yoga in the comments section of the abovementioned article. But […]

Overcoming Fear: The Heart of a Military Mom

When I realized joining the military was something, my son wanted for his own life, I began to relax and God was then able to work on my heart. It was revealed to me in my time with God that I was perhaps praying against God’s will for my son’s life.

What are your thoughts on Prenatal Yoga?

Please share your thoughts on prenatal yoga and yoga generally. I am a perinatal consultant, trained postpartum doula and New Parent Educator, so I get to work with families before and after the birth of their babies. While networking with birth professionals, I came across Kundalini yoga and meditation. I did a little research and […]

A Prayer For Students And Staff

Some cities have begun the process of reopening schools. Many people are fearful. Prayer helps us to let go of what we can’t control and embrace the peace of God. God, we pray for a hedge of protection around students of all ages. We pray for the little kids who are too young to understand […]

COVID-19 and Divorce

A sad news was brought to my attention yesterday- China is experiencing a high divorce rate after COVID-19 lockdown and a divorce pandemic is expected to spread globally. Social distancing has left people with no choice but to stay at home with their spouse. Personally, staying at home with my spouse has been wonderful. We […]

Dealing with Insecurities: Stay-at-Home Mom

Every woman’s life is a unique mixture of challenges, blessings, victories, goal achievements, failures, heartbreaks, divorce or marriage success and so on. Even motherhood takes on different set of values, experiences, and choices. This is because our career paths, mindsets, beliefs, and opportunities differ. Some moms enjoy the privilege of staying home full-time with their […]

Mommy, Why don’t we celebrate Halloween?

The goal of this post isn’t to condemn Christians who celebrate Halloween. My intention is to help Mommas/parents who don’t want their family to participate in Halloween or don’t know if it’s okay to join the celebration. We spread love and truth on this blog. This book is available on Amazon. It helped me understand […]

How to Support Foster and Adoptive Families

There are millions of ways to help a foster family, but you know what all of those apply to people in every situation. The woman down the road that just had surgery, the man who lost his wife, and the new momma. I believe the most important thing you can do to support a foster family or any family is to……

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