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I Wish You Teenagers

When my kids were little, we were so busy learning manners and basic life skills.  They needed continual guidance, correction, and care.  In many ways, despite the constant vigilance I had to keep, those were some of my best days.  Nothing beats observing a child explore the world around them.  I hoped they’d never grow […]

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Sending Dinosaurs to Amazon Unannounced

Today, I was humbled. Being humbled is something that moms are experts in. So, that’s where I found myself.  I was standing in front of a full-length mirror trying to find a swim suit that flattered my post-motherhood body. In case you are wondering, that is zero swimming suits. Especially considering I was doing hypothetical […]

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How God Sees a Mother

  Since the beginning of time woman have been looking for a way to describe motherhood. The never-ending responsibility. What it feels like and how it changes you. The never ending desire for your child, even though you can’t imagine cleaning peanut butter off their face one more time. It’s already been 700 times today. […]

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Tiny Humans

I was at a restaurant last week having trouble deciding what to order. First world problems, right? The waitress had many tables and I could tell she was stressed.  She came around and asked if I was ready. I told her no but I would be ready in just a few minutes. She yanked the […]

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