How To Win the Heart Battle: Allowing Love to Conquer Fear

Two emotions drive every aspect of human life. One binds, the other separates. Love draws together. Fear pushes apart....

Waiting On God Can Slay Our Mom Heart

We are the ones who tarry in our decision to trust, willingness to believe, ability to feel gratitude. But...

Raising Teens Made Me a Better Human

(As originally published on HuffPost) The litany of challenges facing teens in today’s modern culture mocks the floodwaters of...

10 Ways the Grand Canyon Gave Me More Perspective as a Mom

Originally published at Parent.co The feeling in my legs disappeared, dragging along the color in my face, as I watched my...

No one tells you how you are going to feel when…

No one tells you how you are going to feel when… Your eyes connect with your newborns for the...
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How To Win the Heart Battle: Allowing Love to Conquer Fear
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Waiting On God Can Slay Our Mom Heart
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Raising Teens Made Me a Better Human
Empty Nesting, Mom Central
10 Ways the Grand Canyon Gave Me More Perspective as a Mom
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No one tells you how you are going to feel when…
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Welcome in Love!

Three knuckleheads have left me an empty nest in which to ponder what the mom thing has done to me meant over the past twenty-three years. Join me as we wander into our mom hearts and reach upward to Jesus for understanding about the beautiful kaleidoscope of motherhood.

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How to Survive Empty Nest

The Ultimate Oxymoron

After 18 years
of loving on our kids
like there's no tomorrow,
tomorrow comes.

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A Telltail Note from Our Dog to Your Kids

I wanted this letter to be a thank you to my brother and let kids know some children are capable and willing to care for the dog they begged for—even if it takes them a decade to find their conscience. Sadly, this note is going to turn sour instead. While the “hey thanks, man” still applies to bro, I’ve got some saltiness to shake on sister, and a little pepper for my mom.

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How to Navigate the Surreal Emotions of Your Child’s College Graduation

When our kin are ready to cross the threshold of dependence into full-blown independence, a surreal sense of shock and awe heaves through our tender veins. This time letting go means putting the nesting broom away for good, causing our soul to corkscrew in the process. But like any other stage of parenting, we press on and find our way one breath at a time.

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