I know right now, you feel so alone. It feels like your world is crumbling down around you, and no one understands the crippling pain stabbing through your heart. The tears come easily at the thought of your baby’s perfect face, and right now, you wouldn’t have it any other way. Because you can’t imagine… Continue reading To the Grieving Momma
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The other morning, my son had a full out meltdown while we were trying to get ready for the day. He didn't want to go to school, so he was using every tool he could think of to try and stay home. He didn't feel good. There was too much snow. His school uniform didn't… Continue reading Beautiful Laughter
Every December, I find myself reflecting on my past. The good, the bad, and the down right ugly. In many of my prior years, the bad moments tend to be the ones that my mind gravitates toward, and I noticed that my inner monolauge beats myself up for all of my failures. All of my… Continue reading Resolutions
During the holiday season, the word joy seems to find it's way to me often. Last night I was teaching my five year old son how to spell it, and then trying to explain the meaning of the word when he asked. How do you explain the word joy to a five year old? Especially… Continue reading Happiness