Hey Mom, I’ll be 30 next summer. Can you believe that? I remember you when you were younger than I am now. If I could live this life a thousand times over with you, I would. I remember when you dropped me off on my first day of kindergarten. You were worried I’d be upset,… Continue reading Do You Remember, Mom?
Those are your ages right now. You'll never be as little as you are now, and no matter how I wish it was so - I can't go back to relive our moments and memories and time together. And that's why I take pictures and write about you. So that I can go back and… Continue reading Seven, Five, and Three
Raising my babes to be decent is definitely on the priority list! I love teaching them, but I don't want them to feel like they're being lectured to. So most of the time, I just make little games of lessons so it's fun, and it becomes our thing we do together. For example, I'll teach… Continue reading Teaching Them Scripture
Any number of my kids usually find their way into my bed somewhere between four and six before I wake up. This morning it was the boys, debating who was stronger and following up with wrestle mania death match supreme. I never had brothers, but so far I've found that everything they say about boys… Continue reading Mornings at Home
I just can't believe he's five years old. I can still see the lines on the Dollar General pregnancy test so clearly. You know, the dollar tests with the dropper. I was in college and very poor #nojudgementzone. I can still feel the knot in my stomach as we told my parents - and see… Continue reading Death and Revival at The County Fair