Tag Archives: motherhood

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: Teens in perspective

So…my teenage daughter texted this picture to us the other day… I must admit…it is so true in my daughter’s case (literally). My husband had just picked up a bunch of half finished water bottles from the garage and driveway … Continue reading

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5 Things I’ve Taught my Daughter (that I hope will stick!)

  Dating: Wait to date until you are old enough to consider a young man as a potential lifelong partner. Numerous relationships and breakups during the teen years are detrimental to your life and witness and can have serious repercussions for your future … Continue reading

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Mission: Motherhood

  Over the years, many of my young mom friends have expressed an uncertainty regarding their value and significance as a mom when they are in the trenches with little ones under foot. They wonder if they are fulfilling their … Continue reading

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