Tag: babies

Just Keep Breathing

It’s Sunday morning. And I am at home. I would normally be at church right now with my family, but my (very fussy, teething who is obsessed with comfort-nursing) 7 month old is fighting a cold. Considering we just faced this last week with our 3 year old who is majorly sensitive to pain or […]

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God Can Use Empty Cups: Part 1

This summer marks eight years that I came back to the Lord after being a prodigal daughter for many years, believing in God, but living as if He didn’t exist. In the course of those eight years, I have grown so much in my spiritual walk that it’s sometimes hard to remember myself before that […]

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Kayla Aimee’s ANCHORED- A Review

  I spent the course of a few days reading Kayla Aimee’s book, Anchored: Finding Hope in the Unexpected fighting back tears and almost choking on my food. That type of combination of great sorrow and tongue-and-cheek humor kept my eyes glued to the pages as she described countless stories of her life wrapped up in […]

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God’s In The Details

The consistency of my writing has been delayed over the last couple months. I don’t like that it has, but I have had to come to grips that the season I’m in really isn’t allowing me to pour out in that way right now. The challenges of the constant change in routine as my little […]

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Walking Through Postpartum Depression

Don’t be afraid, for I am with you. Do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you. I will help you. I will uphold you with my victorious right hand. (Isaiah 41:10 NLT) “Do you want to harm yourself or your baby?” “No.” “Okay. No Postpartum Depression then.” That was the […]

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Welcoming God in the Blissful Chaos- The Laundry Moms Guest Blog Post

In October, my first baby was born. In February, my second baby was born… …and by baby, I mean my book. As I labored with the writing of my book, I was able to spend hours in prayer and worship, asking the Lord exactly what words He wanted me to birth to the world. It […]

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Healing Touch: How God Used Co-Sleeping in My Recovery from PPD

“We are looking for a good, organic crib mattress for the baby. What brand do you use?” I asked a coworker with four children who was very knowledgeable in crunchy momma ways. “Oh, we don’t have a crib. We co-sleep.” I valued her opinion because I wanted to pursue as many natural alternatives (how God intended it […]

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