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Sophie’s Answer 0

Sophie’s Answer

As told to me by Sophia’s Sunday School teacher, Dee Schippert: “It was the Sunday before Easter. The children were all sitting on the rug… I had a big class that day, probably at least 10. They were being so...

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Really Starting

It is done. 🙂 Yep, there it is. A mother’s day gift of sorts? 🙂 So, it came down on Friday and today the hole where our new house will go was cleaned out and the new house foundation will...

little girl; big girl 2

little girl; big girl

Yesterday when we got home from the store, I took the girls in – Clare was carried since she was tired and crabby – and then I came back out to get our things. I was surprised to hear the...

Rules 0

Rules

First-borns are notorious for being rule-followers. I admit that in some areas I am obsessive about this. That’s why I’m an English teacher. On the other hand, I think I’m more laid back than many and I’m glad. My oldest...

A New Day 0

A New Day

I’ve read into chapter 6 of the Birth Order Book. This chapter is titled “Moving from Perfectionism Toward Excellence.” In this chapter he talks about the difference between Perfectionism and Excellence and has a number of “tips” for me to...

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Partnering with Hearts

If you’ve read my blog, you know that I’m kindof 🙂 obssessed with Hearts at Home. Recently I partnered up with this organization as a blogger. Over time I hope to share with you the many resources this ministry has...

Good Enough.  Really? 1

Good Enough. Really?

One of the sessions I went to at Hearts at Home was Dr. Kevin Leman’s session on Birth Order. I’ve been wanting to read his book for years, fascinated with his theories about how birth order influences our personality and...

But if I don’t have Love, I am nothing. 0

But if I don’t have Love, I am nothing.

The Mom’s Bible Study group that I’ve been a part of this year (a huge blessing to say the least) read and discussed this book Who Got Peanut Butter on My Daily Planner? Organizing and LOVING Your Days as Mom,...

Real 0

Real

Lights are low, music is loud, laughter is everywhere. We’re dancing and praising. Hands in the air. Reflection.Wisdom. 6,000 other Moms sharing…Tears. A jolt to the system. A burst of refreshment. A new way of seeing.Change.Exhaustion. I’ve been to conferences...

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Brilliant

I’m sure I’m not the only one here that thinks my kids are geniuses. 🙂 I mean, we all think that about our kids, right? Actually, geniuses might be a strong word. 😉 But I am enamored with the talents...

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