Lately, I’ve spent too much energy on negativity–too much time with discouragement. Intellectually, I know that this baby will come at the right time, but I’ve been stuck in a rut of whining. It’s time for some positivity. After all, here I am at the end of a healthy pregnancy (my third!), with a healthy … More Optimism and Being Overdue
Today is my due date. I am still pregnant. We are waiting. When I was pregnant with Arthur, I happily told everyone that I didn’t put much stock in due dates and preferred to think about having a due month (including the two weeks before and two weeks after). It was a good thought and … More We Wait.
Our first guest post is from Annie Stoker. Annie is an Indiana local and a fashion blogger at Annie Lynn’s Favorite Things. Her blog gives practical fashion advice like the kind you’d get from a best friend. Annie has a great sense of humor and a beautiful singing voice. Here are her thoughts on becoming a … More Motherhood is. . . Teamwork
Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about the community of mothers we surround ourselves with and how vital it is to have a community. Especially since moving to Indiana I’ve been so blessed to be surrounded by mothers who encourage, mothers who are always learning and serving, and mothers who quietly motivate me to be … More Motherhood is. . . Community
I am a filled vessel, swelling and bulging at the seams. wading through deepening mud. Slowing down but working harder. July. Heavy with humidity and heat. Swimming through the air. a slug, slipping through my own skin. unfolding onto my bed. • • • I am a roller coaster, climbing to its apex. Unable to … More Expectant
Arthur is in a super exciting stage of wonder right now. His questions have become more probing and curious and hard-to-answer. Here are some things he’s been asking me lately: Why do plants die when it snows? Do slugs like rain? How do slugs move? What is butter made of? Why does butter not have … More Arthur Wonders
To a chocolate cake with pink frosting to celebrate a certain two-year-old in our family. To washing the sink, that turned into playing with cars in the sink. To “look at this mommy!” and the discovery of slugs. To more sunny warm days and peaceful sand exploration. To friends to play piano and sing with. … More This Week: An Ode