When Mama Falls Down

Their knees are covered in bruises and scratches. Exploring that great big world (garden, driveway and every cupboard in my kitchen) often results in bumps, bruises and tears. As mommies, it is our privilege to bend down, scoop them up and kiss it better before we send them on their next discovery mission. But what … Continue reading When Mama Falls Down

Worship Music, Red Lights and How They Changed My Parenting

He’s three. He doesn’t stop moving. Totally normal – healthy too (I think!) But as a result, we don’t sit and chat much – we do get a chance at lunch but I’m usually too busy battling with my one-year-old (trying to get her to eat) to engage in meaningful conversations with my boy who … Continue reading Worship Music, Red Lights and How They Changed My Parenting

Making time for HIM when you’re raising little ones

My son was about 3 weeks old when it hit me. I missed my husband. I mean, don’t get me wrong, he was available and an amazing hands-on dad, but with the addition of our little man, the sleepless nights that followed his arrival and the constant attention he needed from us, we had very … Continue reading Making time for HIM when you’re raising little ones