It takes time to overcome fear of what-if. Fighting doubts lurking beneath the fear of the unknown equips us to overcome what-if fears.
The first day of school is one of those days we want to document with a photo. Having the kids hold a sign looks pretty cute, but can also help when organizing photos later on (especially for moms like me who struggle to regularly print and organize photos). It’s usually the night before school starts when I sit down and start searching the internet for first day of school printable signs. Since you’re here now, I’m guessing we may have something in common.
If social distancing has left you feeling like the meanest mom in the world, I hope to encourage you with essential life lessons our kids can learn in this season.
Do the demands of motherhood make it hard for you to consistently spend time with God? Read on for 15 practical and creative Quiet Time ideas for busy moms.
Do you struggle to find questions to get your kids talking after school? 101 After School Questions for Kids will help you keep the conversation going!
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Joy isn’t a natural response to difficult circumstances or suffering, but with God, we can experience the fruit of the Spirit, joy. 5 ways to cultivate joy.
Waiting well isn’t easy, especially when we can’t see the end. Are you in a waiting season? 6 ways to to wait well when the season runs long.
The Minnesota winter days feel long and repetitive. Especially with 5 days of cancelled school due to extreme cold and snow. Yesterday, a new record for snowfall in the month of February was set, which is impressive for a state as snowy as Minnesota.
I felt immediate regret. My obvious failure in giving a rational and appropriate response left me feeling defeated. So when that familiar voice whispered, “You’re a terrible mother,” I believed it. I opened the door to mom-guilt and let it rush on in.