Top Gifts for the Man in Your Life

Are you looking for the perfect gift for the man or men in your life? Then look no further with this list of my top man gift ideas for 2019. (This post does contain affiliate links which means I can earn a small profit if you choose to purchase through the link). Number One- Men-U…

Addiction, Society, and the Stigma

Today I want to discuss a topic that is near and dear to my heart. Sadly, it is a topic that has affected me deeply because two people that I love dearly struggle with addiction, one being a drug addict, the other an alcoholic. For simplicity’s sake, I will refer to alcoholism and drug addiction…

Let Them Sleep in the Middle

This is not a post to talk about co-sleeping and whether I agree with it from a medical perspective. This is about allowing my precious babies to sleep in the middle and have snuggle time. When They Grow Up When our children grow up, move out, and leave our home, do you think it will…

The Blessing Jar

I was recently at a birthday party and one of the birthday presents was a beautiful blessing jar. This really got me thinking of how I need to implement this in my family. What is a Blessing Jar? A blessing jar is a specific jar that you write down your blessings or things that you…

Respecting and Encouraging Your Husband

If there was a fly on the wall of your house, would it say that you are respecting and encouraging to your husband? In a world that looks down upon masculinity and the very nature of a man, we as wives must counter this faulty thinking and show our husbands respect that they need as…

Raising a Child With Food Allergies- Part 1.5 (Pain and Healing)

I hope you were able to read part 1 of this series titled Raising a Child with Food Allergies. I want to share our story because I know that so many people have been through and are going through these challenging times with their little ones and know first hand the pain and healing. Do…

Raising a Child with Food Allergies (Part 1)

Raising a child with food allergies is a lot harder than I ever imagined. It is something that is certainly not for the faint of heart. Our youngest was born with FPIES (Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis). How It All Began The day my milk came in around day 3 or 4 of life, our daughter…

How We Became a Family of Five

You may ask how we became a family of five, knowing that we have two children. My precious grandmother passed away ten days before our son was born. My grandad lived alone after my grandmother passed away for just a little over two years. At that time, he was an uncontrolled diabetic and did not…

Envisioning Your Children’s Childhood

Whew, I feel I must write a disclaimer before jumping into what I feel like I need to write. What I am going to write may make you feel uncomfortable, convicted, or mad and if so, please know I am sharing my heart and something I feel the Lord is leading me to write. What…

Telling Stories Waiting for the Power to Come Back On

The children did not want to go to bed tonight. It’s summer and it stays light so late into the evening here in Georgia. Of course, I had finally gotten both children tucked back in bed for the fifth time and had just gotten settled back into a show with my husband…. and the power…