Celebrating Recovery: My Dad’s Story

Did you know, this month is National Recovery Month? With his permission to share, here is a part of my dad’s story. At 11 years old, my dad went to a party full of adults. At that party a woman made the choice to stick a needle full of heroin in his arm. He worked…

To the Nursing Fathers

A nursing father, you'd agree Biological impossibility, he may be I have come to know such an anomaly He is the father of my child, you see... . A harder working man has never crossed my sight, Though you search for him with all your might, Selfless, diligent, sweat he has sown The comfort of…

You’ve got this Momma!

Photocredit: Instagram user @hipmomma007 Dear First-time Momma, Today we celebrate the awesomeness that is you. God created your amazing body, mind and soul and He saw that what He made was good (Genesis 1:31). Your body went through mind blowing changes to house, nurture and sustain a human life for nine months! You went through…

Learning Forgiveness and Patience From the Little One ❤

It's hard, difficult and pointless to be mad at my baby because he is yet to develop the ability to differentiate between wrong and right. In fact, he smiles when I tell him he has done something wrong. Forgiveness becomes easy when we understand that those who have wronged us or hurt us do not truly know what they are doing........