We all need to know that we have purpose in this life. Being a mother and, from my perspective, especially a mom at home, you can feel so purposeless. You know what you are doing is important. Read More
I’ve finally made it! I have time! Got the kid in school, no more diapers, no more helping feed them.
You take a gigantic sigh of relief.
Those early days of diaper blow outs, falling-on-the-floor tantrums, and your own thoughts of I-just-can’t-wait-til-naptime are all starting to fade. But you may notice other things starting to fade also. Read More
Everyday is the same day! AH! Help me, I just feel like I’m stuck in a cycle of neverending poopy diapers.
I used to tell my husband that I actually know what it’s like to live in the old movie Groundhog Day. Do you know of this movie? Read More
I’ve been thinking of the idea of Motherhood Creation for a while now, however, recently I’ve heard the term Mother Culture. I love that idea. It is inspiring mom to become more educated, more creative, learning not only more about mothering and homemaking but about Read More
From the Learn to be Content Series
There have been many days gone by where I have regretted becoming a mother; I just was not happy. I thought, if this is what being a mom entails, I need a way of escape. Read More
Energy. That’s what it takes to be a mother. But how can you have the motivation each morning? I don’t think I truly understood the term tired until I brought my first born home. He never slept. I mean up at night, early morning, late morning and the afternoon nap just did not happen. It just didn’t.