Tag : motherhood

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  “More is caught than taught.” You’ve probably heard that line before, but I experienced this first-hand A LOT as my children were growing up and I can’t express to you how true this statement is. Here’s just one example: My kids and I attended CBS (Community Bible Study) for many years (p.s. I highly …
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I saw you Thursday in the parking lot of Chick fil a. You were leaving with a toddler that was having a meltdown and a preschooler tugging on you from the other side the whole way to the car. You looked exhausted, frustrated, and like you were trying to hold it together. I clumsily smiled …
My daughter is a ballet dancer and a few weeks ago she was sent an article entitled, “15 Truths About Being a Professional Dancer.” The article was great and insightful and had broader applications than just in the ballet world. It really got me thinking about the truths that every mom should know. I’m sure …
“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 …
My brother used to teasingly call me “Martha Stewart” when we were younger. I wish I could say it was because I am a wonderful cook, a brilliant hostess, keep a perfectly clean and organized home, and an artistically gifted decorator, but that wasn’t it. Actually it was because I can be a bit of …
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