Last Monday, Hudson and I attempted to make homemade noodles. Like a lot of things in my life, I had a picture of what the outcome would look like. In my head, it looked almost identical to the perfect noodles pictured in Joanna Gaines’ cookbook. Let’s just say they looked nothing like the picture. While…… Continue reading Embracing Process Over Outcome
Now more than ever, the routines we have in place are essential for getting through this time of pandemic. Our calendars have emptied and we are uncertain what the next few weeks will truly look like. We each are affected by the outbreak of COVID-19 in different ways. I can only speak from my own…… Continue reading 5 Things to Keep Doing During Coronavirus Pandemic
Quite honestly, it feels a little weird to compile a list of my favorite Easter books for toddlers, when the world right now feels pretty scary and uncertain. I have a lot of emotions right now. I am a bit fearful, a little confused, and in my human nature, quite disappointed about the Boston Marathon…… Continue reading When the World Shuts Down, Turn to Jesus.
Four years ago today I married my very best friend. And I know that is a cliché that is easy to type up and sounds nice and cute, but I truly mean it. Before we even started dating or got engaged or got married or had a beautiful baby boy, he was first just a…… Continue reading 4 Lessons in 4 Years of Marriage
I wake up around 5 am every day during the week. You might be wondering: why? It is not like I have to get ready and commute to work. My job is right in this home, being mom to sweet Hudson. There is no commute. No need to get dressed. No need to do my…… Continue reading Why I Wake Up at 5 am as a Stay-At-Home Mom
At the start of the New Year I felt a sense of motivation and determination that I have not felt in a while. I was getting up early every morning. I was writing every day. I was having consistent, quiet prayer time before Hudson woke up. I was not touching social media and was reading…… Continue reading 5 Choices to Help Get Out of that Slump
For the month of February, Saturdays will be all about routines. This will be a four part series exploring ideas for morning, midday, evening, and weekend routines. I am all about routines, especially recently with baby H. Are you with me? Do you love routines too? Read on, then! Are you more of a go…… Continue reading Routines Pt. 1