Arthur Wonders

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

This Week: An Ode

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

To mothers:

I just came across this article again and I love the realness of Petrea Kelly’s perspective on motherhood. Here is a little taste, but really, you should read the whole thing. As mothers, our work is not washing diapers and mending holes in jeans—that is what we spend much of our time doing,but it is not our … More To mothers:

This Week: An Ode

Not many photos this week, but so many words. To good friends who know how and when to laugh and cry with me. To late night milkshakes from a certain one of those friends. To tender mercies from God to get me through the week. To two three-year-olds and one almost two-year-old quietly playing as I type. … More This Week: An Ode