Blogging through the ups and downs of parenthood and trying to live a life full of
grace and gratitude
This is a tough one. I’ve tried to write these words so many times. I’ve thought it out in my head, I’ve typed and deleted. I still feel so uneasy about making this so public.
I often think about how to best teach my daughter about Jesus. But I think maybe what’s she’s taught me is more important.
I’ve lifted up my family to my God who has such good plans, who knows my heart, who answers bold prayers, and I’ve seen His faithfulness.
I was out running errands last week when I stopped at a red light. I glanced in the rearview mirror to see what little E was up to and saw the sweetest thing.
It's summer in Chicagoland! We’re ready for long days outside, trips to the pool, watching baseball, eating s’mores, and all the goodness that comes in summertime.
About five times a day, Austin exclaims “I just love her so much!” and my heart flips inside my chest. But he’s not talking about me…
From clicking “follow” on Instagram to volunteering as an advocate for kids in care, there’s a million ways you can support the children and families involved in the foster care system.
While we’ve had the pleasure of sharing our hearts for foster care with a few people, we realize that many of our friends and family may have questions for us. So here’s a few answers.
May is National Foster Care Month! And this year, that’s an especially big deal for us because we are officially on our way to becoming a licensed foster family!
My love for my daughter is overwhelming and fully encapsulating. And while it’s utterly incredible, it’s left me wondering “is she my best thing?”
I can’t wait for her to talk and play games and imagine with me. I’m so excited for all the fun that’s to come. But….
Motherhood is better in community. Here are some of the women that inspire me and real-life friends that are walking with me.
“All this for your benefit, so that the grace that is reaching more and more people may cause thanksgiving to overflow to the glory of God.” -- 2 Corinthians 4:15