Yesterday, I missed the opportunity to watch ‘Unplanned’ (trailer below) at no cost because…. new mom life. Messing […]
“Mom, I am so glad you adopted me. We all fit together so perfectly. ” My biological son […]
Originally posted on Anne & Brooke:
“I Knew You Before I Formed You In Your Mother’s Womb, Before You Were Born I…
Mary watched people turn against her son. She could not defend her child. She must have heard of Judas’ betrayal, Simon’s denial, and the disciples’ abandonment. What a pain!
Please fill in the blanks below using one of options provided for each blank space. Newborn babies are […]
From one step to five steps and finally countless steps, we have been cheering the little one along […]
Last month, I came across this amazing article by a fellow blogger, Tammy @ Grandma Mary Martha. My […]
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.
My Daughter’s Walking Adventure I imagine that like myself, most parents cannot wait for the moment their baby […]
God has a humorous way of showing us He cares. My prayer is that my testimony will encourage […]
“We don’t swim in the toilet!” No. “Don’t feed your breakfast to the dog!” No. “Don’t eat MY…
Four days ago, DH brought my attention to the fact that our little one’s vision has changed over […]
If you spent two hours after dinner bouncing and shush-shush-shushing a fussy swaddled bundle because the books said it would calm him and please Lord you just need the noise to stop—somebody else shushed, too.
Brain regions that respond more strongly to the mother’s voice extend beyond auditory areas to include those involved in emotion and reward processing, social functions, detection of what is personally relevant and face recognition.
I have been intentional to guard my children from any word spoken against them, and yet in that moment I was the one speaking negative. I know that this is easily a situation where you can get hyper “religious” but for me it was eye opening.
Some may argue that my attempts are futile as she cannot understand what I am saying. However does that stop parents from talking to their babies? Isn’t it from our talk, describing the world around them and constantly telling them who daddy and mummy is that our baby’s first words come from those s/he hears the most. We are already training our babies in so many areas: eating, using a car seat, table manners, talking, walking, biting is bad and so on.
I don’t know what to call the sleep training method my husband and I have been using since […]
Wow! It’s the third month of the year already and the last day of the 5 days of […]
Today’s message is titled “fight for your family”. You can listen to the entire message here and watch […]
Day 3 of the reading plan reminds us our children are gifts from God and that’s one reason […]
Hi everyone. Thanks for Uhmm taking time to listen to this voice note and following this blog. I […]
I started this reading plan today and thought it would be better to challenge other parents to join […]
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I’m assuming my kids are no different and share a common enthusiasm with other like-minded boys…
My 2 year old is OBSESSED with 2 things- swords and my house shoes.He doesn’t like wearing his shoes… […]
When I moved to the U.S. in my late teens, I desperately wanted to change my accent. I wanted to fit in. I didn’t like my accent despite people telling me “I love your accent” several times. They often follow the compliment with “where are you originally from?”. That’s the question I didn’t like answering. I would have to tell them I am originally from Nigeria but I didn’t want to. That was the problem and motherhood solved the problem.