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  • Are you in need of a double date night or a mom's night out? We've got just the fun out night you need. ENTER TO WIN 4 tickets & the chance to meet Chris Tomlin!
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  • Have you ever had the conversation that starts off normal enough? You know, one minute your making plans for play dates with new families at school or carpools for soccer practice and then suddenly the dreaded phrase comes up: “So, why don’t you check with your spouse…” In that moment, when you look them in the eye and say you’re not married, it feels like there is automatic judgment.  It’s not easy, particularly in Christian settings, and for me there is a full cycle of emotions that goes with these innocent conversations.  Fear of judgment, shame, pain, weariness, anger… Although people may gloss it over and apologize, you can see the opinions in their eyes, in body language and in the tone of their voice more times than not.
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  1. Conversation with Mother & Son

    Missy said "I often tell my children, "Put your nappy in your lappy!" We're still working on that one, too, but dinner is priority ..." Read More
  • Whether we have children 3, 15 or even 30 it’s hard to be a parent and let go. It all starts so young!  At 3 years old, children want to do everything themselves. Everything is “me do it!”
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  • One of the big ways that I save money while feeding my hungry family full of teens, is to have a meal plan. Now please don’t groan because honestly, the way I meal plan is quite flexible. You know the saying “if we don’t fail to plan we plan to fail” How many times do you go to the cupboards to fix a meal and think “hmmm, there’s nothing to fix!” OR You are simply too tired and can’t think of what to fix with the food you do have!
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  • Exchanging Emotion for Truth
    The last few weeks have brought about a dramatic change in my motherhood role. After an arduous twenty-nine month adoption journey, Rees and Lily, our precious new toddlers, finally came home from Haiti to join our family! Now, I’m a mother of six lively little ones, ranging in age from two to ten. While there is no question that this has been a beautiful and unforgettable time marked by the supernatural grace of God, I’ve also had some major adjustments to adapt to. Though I haven’t been in “toddler mode” for several years, I suddenly find myself changing pull-ups, supervising bathroom visits, cleaning up spilled smoothies, and working through those irrational toddler meltdowns that always seem to happen at the most inconvenient times.
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  • Big Hero 6 came out this week on DVD/Blu-Ray. Here is a brief review of the movie in case you are looking at renting it or buying it for your kids. Have you seen this movie? What did you think?
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  • Moms, today - I've got your back! We are focusing on back strength. There are just so many benefits to having a strong back.
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  • Our family of four isn’t what you would consider the “typical” family; my husband & I were beyond blessed to welcome our son & daughter into our family through adoption. Although the journey was worth every second, some days are harder when people around us (including family) do not “love” our children well.
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  • I live with my husband and my son, but I am the only one in the household who speaks English! I am the lone female in my house. I live with my husband and adult son (who moved back home a few years ago to finish school and pay off debt). So, where once the females outnumbered the males, I am now the minority.
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  • I took some time to do a question/answer session with Stasi Eldredge. We dug into how to help our teenagers. It is a challenging time in their lives and we have a large roll to play. We'd love for you to weigh in on the conversation.
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