Month: August 2015

The Theology of Little Boys

The theology of little boys. Gus is 4.  He’s a funny kid, full of questions and ideas.  He is fervently in love with his little brother, enjoys harassing his sister, he’s wildly creative and a water bug.  He’s my bathroom cleaning partner and snuggle buddy.  He is almost always bursting with energy and never ever …

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Letting My Husband Be the Hero

**Quick Note**  My husband and I use this PRINTABLE AGENDA, which allows us to reconnect in a POWERFUL way.  Get it here: Friday will mark my 5 year wedding anniversary.  5 years.  5 years seems like both a considerable amount of time and nothing at all. In 5 years we went from 2 people to a …

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When We are Parenting Alone

Today was day 12 of my husband’s 16 day business trip to India.  And today was rough. I’m not going to write about finding the silver-lining or give you tips to survive solo parenting because, frankly, I’m not in the mood.  No, I’m going to write about how hard this is.  How much being alone …

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Felt Hawaiian Flowers {free template}

Aloha! Hello friends! I’m back with another fun felt flower creation, complete with a template to make your crafting nice and easy: Felt Hawaiian Flowers.   These sweet little flowers are perfect for those of us not lucky enough to actually travel to the magical islands.  Yup, the closest I get to Hawaii is my …

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3 Things God Has Taught Me Through Breastfeeding

Last week, it seems, was breastfeeding awareness week here in internet land.  Much was shared and I hope awareness was created.  I missed the week dedicated to breastfeeding but since most of my married life as been dedicated to breastfeeding I thought I would be bold and share on that topic this week anyway. And …

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