Just once, for mercy’s sake can we not be the ones pelting out the door as the bus chugs away. Just once can the toddler agree to eat out of the red bowl? Just once can we make it with some semblance of normalcy instead of melting down into temper tantrums and tears and guilt?
Each of us are to be The Fun Mom, The Organized Mom, The Pinterest Mom, The Soccer Mom, The Blogging Mom, The World-Changing Mom, and The Volunteering Mom. Never, of course, The Tired Mom, The Say-No Mom, The I-Don’t-Know-What-I’m-Doing Mom, The No-Patience Mom, or The Needy Mom. We simply are to be great and glorious at all times...right?
My mind raced with questions: Why did this happen? What did I do wrong? Could I have prevented this? The weight of these questions haunted me and left me feeling like it was my fault that my little boy had autism....
Without planning, your wedding can be stressful and you can quickly feel overwhelmed. Ensure your wedding goes without a hitch and you remain sane throughout the process by following these simple wedding planning tips.
Knowing when it’s time to move yourself or a loved one to a smaller or more accessible home, or even an assisted living center, can be tough. There are some signs that can help aid you in identifying when the time is right.
Whether it’s a sink full of dirty dishes that continues to climb, clutter covering your countertops, laundry piles blocking hallways, a stash of unpaid bills, or a to-do list that never seems to get checked off--you’re not alone. Find encouragement! Start by taking these small steps to transform your home.
We’ve all played the game. You know it and I know it, the comparison game is one that rears it’s ugliness and traps us even in our best moments. Somehow, someway this comparison game runs rampant among women.
Laura Story ("Blessings") has just launched a touching new devotional video. You'll love how Laura talks about, on the one hand being a mom, but on the other, being a child of God - and how deeply God loves us.
The headline screams, “Millennials Leaving the Church in Droves!” It’s enough to make a parent fear for their child’s faith. Is there anything we can do to turn the tide for our child? Any wisdom for helping our kids keep their faith?