As moms, we wake up each day and put on a name tag. No, not an actual, visible name tag, and most people may not even notice the name tag we are wearing. But our kids read the name tag loud and clear the minute they see your face. They see by our expressions, the …
Someone comes to you and says, “You’re not going to believe what I just heard about s0-and-so….” And in the blink of an eye you find yourself caught up right in the middle of it. Gossip. The dirt. The inside scoop. Whatever you call it, we have all done it, we’ve nearly all been hurt …
Someone comes to you and says, “You’re not going to believe what I just heard about so-and-so….” And in the blink of an eye you find yourself caught up right in the middle of it. Gossip. The dirt. The inside scoop. Whatever you call it, we have all done it, we’ve nearly all been hurt …
Did you know that if you want your son or daughter to become a teenager with authentic faith that lasts, then he/she first needs to be able to articulate their God-story? I got some great information from my oldest son’s pastor at church and I wanted to share it with you (with his permission.) He …
This issue has really been on my heart this week and I felt led to share my thoughts. My heart breaks when I see children being exposed to things that they are neither spiritually or developmentally ready for, or when they are exposed to just blatant raunchy, rebellious behavior all in the name of “humor.” …
Legacy Moms, Hope you are having a fun summer with your children. I don’t know about you, but have I been blessed with so much I take for granted such as being able to take my kids to the movies or go out to eat. Sometimes I feel more entitled to these things then thankful. …
A few weeks ago my teenage son had to write an essay in which he was asked to describe our family. Here is a portion of what he said: “I have a very strong relationship with my family. They are loyal to me and love me with all their hearts. My parents keep me safe …
“Firsts” are a big deal for us moms. We look forward to and celebrate all those “firsts” – first steps, first birthday, first words, first day of school, first lost tooth, etc… But have you ever considered that there will be a “lasts” too? Last time your child will want to be tucked in. The …
I knew a mom once that would enroll her kids in three or four different VBS programs at local churches because she thought it was a fun, easy, free, yet “good” activity to keep her kids busy and teach them about the Bible. I am all for church camp, VBS, etc., but the truth of …
I wrote this to our Legacy Moms back in in 2008 or 2007, but so many new moms have joined us that I decided to post it for all of you for Mothers Day: Being a mom can be the most fulfilling and rewarding experience we as women will ever have. However, we all know …
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