Ever have one of those days when you feel like the worst mom ever? We all have those days. These 5 ways help Mom reset during a bad mothering day.
My latest review book from Family Christian is Be The Best Mom You Can Be: A Practical Guide to Raising Whole Children in a Broken Generation by Marina Slayton. When my oldest children were under 5 I read just about every parenting book I could get my hands on, but in the past years I haven’t read any parenting books. I’m just coasting along doing the best I can. It was
12… twelve… Wow. I know I can’t write much today- or I’ll be a soggy pile of tears in a heartbeat! I think every birthday from now on will be like this. Knowing that there are less years of her in my home day in and day out ahead than behind. No more blinking! My girl, what a year it has been. Yet, through it all Miriam grows in grace and
Are you a mom who often feels like a failure? Frustrated by your less than Pinterest perfect home? Exhausted from trying to control the whirling dervishes you call your children? This book is for you! Sand in my Sandwich: and Other Motherhood Messes I’m Learning to Love by Sarah Parshall Perry will encourage you in this crazy, often chaotic Motherhood thing. You’ll find yourself laughing at Sarah’s stories and nodding
Nursing a baby is one of my favorite parts of babyhood, especially as baby starts smiling up at me while we nurse, or rubs my arm, or stops to coo and talk between sips. When Miriam was a baby I sat in my rocking chair for almost every feeding, enjoying her, relaxing, and often praying over her while she ate. In fact, we leisurely rocked so often while nursing that