When we found out I was pregnant, we laughed. We realized we’d have 3 kids under 2 years old! Nothing about growing our family has gone as we’d planned so of course as we were making plans to wait to add to our bunch, God laughed.
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Omaha has played a role in everything good in my life right now. About 12 years ago, I drove across state lines. The last of which greeted me with a sign that read, “Nebraska – The Good Life.”
There are many reasons why we need diverse books. Diverse books empower, support, normalize, and most importantly give a platform for everyone’s stories to be told.
Now that we have 3 kids, here’s my go-to Cabin Fever list of ideas for those dreary and dark winter days.
I was lucky enough to grow up 10 miles from both sets of grandparents and even had my Great-Grandma in my life until I was 17.
I know there is a stigma behind setting New Year’s resolutions. People set lofty goals that are unattainable, dreaming of becoming someone far from themselves. My family looks at the resolutions we make on January 1st as opportunities.
Magic of the holidays, for many, can be a stress filled time. Life is messy, busy, never goes as planned, and can feel overwhelming during the hustle and bustle.
December 12th, 2014 is a date I will remember just as much as I remember her birthday. It is the day my Mom’s worldly journey ended. Just a couple weeks before Christmas.
It’s never a good time when you have a sick toddler. While you’re surviving, the days begin to blur into one another. Even the hours seem to just pass you by and at times you may feel so unaccomplished. After enough time has passed, your child is finally doing well and you think to yourself […]
This is for the Mom that might not know that. This is for my daughter’s other grandmother. The woman who is a mom to me while knowing me enough to know that I’m my own mom’s girl through and through.