It’s hard to believe I’m more than halfway through my fourth pregnancy.
I still can’t seem to find the time to blog as much as I want, but I thought I’d pop in to share my latest post for Atlanta Area Moms Blog on how I want to raise my rowdy boys (and even the one on the way). They are far from perfect, but they have […]
It always seems that just when I’ve settled on a certain path, God says: I’ll see your plans and I’ll raise you one (literally, this time).
I treasure these quiet mornings that allow me to not only take time for myself, but help me to recharge so that I can be a better wife and mom.
Two years after the birth of my last child, I’m still discovering things about my body that have changed since having kids–things I never knew would happen.
Wishing all our family and friends (cyber friends too) a very Merry Christmas.
The stress and worries and refereeing and to-dos of the past couple months have slowly accumulated to the point that my cup is overflowing.
Today, it’s raining and my hair is frizzing and the bottom of my jeans are soaked from thinking it was a good idea to take the babies to Costco this morning. So I figure it’s the perfect time to mentally clock out and reflect on some inspiring RV travel quotes.
Here are a few signs that you’re still a boy mom despite adding a little girl to the mix.