One of our most important roles as Christian mothers is helping our children grow into functional disciples of Christ. It […]
You didn’t fail as a mother. Not even a little bit. You could not have prevented this if you tried […]
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.
From sibling rivalry to teenage defiance, one chapter at a time they offer both practical and Biblical insights based on the teaching of Scripture. Join Amber and Wendy and leave your angry reactions behind, fostering a more gentle and loving home.
My heart today is burning for moms who feel defeated. Moms feeling alone. Listen to me… You aren’t supposed to be her, your children aren’t supposed to look exactly like those children…
Alas! My husband and I have been suffering for no reason. The equipment needed to fix the problem was within our reach and it was available before ‘sharp nails’ problem manifested….
The little one is growing physically because he eats daily. I remember how he learned to latch properly. In fact […]
Happy New Year!! Thanks for visiting this blog. Having New Year’s Resolution(s) is a thing most people do yearly. A […]
As the year comes to an end, I am filled with gratitude to God for 2018. There were moments of disappointments, particularly with birthing my baby. However, I have a lot to be thankful for and I can say God never failed me in 2018. Yes!!
I am ready for 2019. Thanks for visiting this blog, see you next year 🎉🎈🎈🎉🎆🎊
Who knew watching and helping another human poop could bring so much happiness, divine revelation and lead to a short […]
Deception deception deception!! Believing something false is true. The most unfortunate thing about deception is that we don’t know we […]
The changes I have seen the little one go through are pointers to the fact that God knows our needs […]
It was a drawn-out elongated journey where the beginning of a dating relationship with a boyfriend began to slowly change my daughter. When a teenager becomes quiet and stays in that distance, to me that meant her mind was loud and busy. For a young daughter to go from doing her hair and putting thought into her style of clothes to just putting her hair up in a bun and wearing lounge around clothes. Something was wrong!
As a wife and a mother I spend a lot of the time making sure everyone is taken care of and things are accomplished. I am in the daily details, but if at the end of the day the things I am reflecting are ugly and poisoned I am doing no-one any good by having a clean house and folded laundry.