Abortion seems to be such a black and white area these days; no room for grey. Either you are for it, whole heartedly, or you are firmly against it and everyone who has every had one or considers it. Continue reading “Abortion shaming”
Since tomorrow I will be spending the day with my own mother, I felt the need to blog this today.
When most people think of Mother’s Day, they imagine what they will buy for their mom (or wife), what they will cook her, or whether they will take her out to eat or shopping, etc. Continue reading “A Day for Mothers”
Can we just lay it out there? Migraines suck. Bad. they are painful and blinding and nauseating. They wreak havoc on your daily life and forbid sleep from coming. That’s just on a normal day. Continue reading “Being a mom with Migraines”
I’m not a dog person. I don’t like to be licked, slobbered on, or jumped on. I don’t want dog hair all over my furniture or on my clothes or in my house. I don’t hate animals; I’m just not that girl. I do not call my dogs, “fur babies, ” or treat them better than my own children. They are fed, played with, sheltered, and protected. I am not inhumane; I’m just not a dog person. (Before everyone out there who IS a dog lover freaks out…please keep reading). Continue reading “My dog. My friend. Rest in Peace.”
I have to admit, I’m a little nervous. Tonight is my son’s first date. He had his clothes picked out and will soon begin to iron them. He’ll get a shower and spend 30 minutes on his hair. Continue reading “My Son’s First Date”
The day my oldest son was born, wasn’t actually a day at all; it was night time. He was born at 6:18 pm. He weighed 6 pounds and 8 ounces and was 20 inches long. The first several days of his life taught me a lifetime of lessons. Continue reading “What I learned as a NICU mom”
Today, homeschooling consisted of 6 math problems, reading one paragraph, writing 2 sentences and a Bible verse, reciting the books of the Bible and the being and helping verbs. That’s it. Continue reading “Our homeschooling journey”