100 Days of NO TV

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 amContinue reading “100 Days of NO TV”

My Faith and a John Lennon Song

Motherhood has been such a rollercoaster. I still don’t really know if I have completely accepted the fact that this is my life. It all happened so fast and in the midst of many other transitions. It is hard work and it can be stressful and completely draining and exhausting. It seems like I will be doing this forever…I know it will feel like all of a sudden I will blink and my children are adults. Part of me is excited for that season, and part of me doesn’t want it to come too fast.

5 Tips for Managing Sunday Morning Chaos: Confessions of a Pastor’s Wife

My kids were 2.5 and 1 years old when my husband became the Associate Pastor of a church. It was his first full-time ministry position and therefore the first time I was officially labeled “Pastor’s Wife”. Sunday mornings became a dreaded scary part of my week because it was left up to me to getContinue reading “5 Tips for Managing Sunday Morning Chaos: Confessions of a Pastor’s Wife”

When We Became The Sick Family

So, apparently kids get 4 to 6 colds a year (this is according to WebMD, but our local doctor said 5 to 7). I don’t know about you but I am so over this cold and flu season. I’m sick of┬ádoing all the things to try and stay healthy, and in my experience so far,┬ádoingContinue reading “When We Became The Sick Family”

Confessions of a Pastors Wife: an open letter to my church family

An open apology letter to my church family Dear church, I am sorry that you had to stand there witnessing my obstinate 2 year old crying after I caught him trying to sneak into the children’s church cracker stash. He has been trying these tricks more in the last couple of weeks at home too.Continue reading “Confessions of a Pastors Wife: an open letter to my church family”