Ok wow so I realize I haven't written about this since the first of the month and we're already almost done with June. So, if you don't know or if you forgot or maybe you thought I chickened out (believe me, it was a thought), me and my family are doing a fast/break from TV… Continue reading 100 Days of No TV: Day 24
Head on over to Rochester MN Moms Blog to read my latest post there about the top 10 (secret: there's actually 11) things I learned about bringing new moms meals! This is a great topic and I would love to hear your thoughts and your own experiences. Don't forget to check out the other posts… Continue reading 10 Things I Learned About Serving Meals to Postpartum Moms
In just a few short weeks I will be unplugging my TV and physically removing it from my living room for 100 days. Why?? If you don't already know, I now have a 6 year old, a 4 year old and a 2 year old. We watch some form of TV every day. I am… Continue reading 100 Days of NO TV
Yep, I'm a mom. I'm a stay-at-home mom (SAHM). I'm a h.o.m.e.s.c.h.o.o.l.i.n.g. mom. I'm also a Pastor's Wife: newbie (under 5 years) pastor's wife. Every time I say or write these "labels" I experience a dichotomy. In one sense, I feel a host of mostly negative emotions. There are SO many stereotypes attached to these labels and… Continue reading I am Nobody Special
Minimalism is a HOT word right now. There's an entire culture and movement going on all around us. It's a decor style, it's a lifestyle, it's a practice, a religion even. There's a good chance you have heard of minimalism and are intrigued by it, and you probably know someone who is into it. I… Continue reading How to Get the Most out of Minimalism Without Actually Being a Minimalist!
You guys, I just can't help but keep thinking about the feminist movement and how it has impacted what being a mom is like these days. I know probably 12456993 things have been written about this and I haven't read that much about it, but here are my two cents: being a stay at home… Continue reading What feminism has done to my mothering
This post might be a bit all over the place, but I have a brief moment of opportunity to get some thoughts out there and I don't want to wait so bear with me. In the last two years I feel as though I've learned an etiquette regarding 'family planning' questions (not that I am… Continue reading Those Biting Fertility Questions