The other day I wrote about .5 treadmill inclines. (You can read about what that is right here here.) My friend in real life, Briana, took the time to write about two of her recurring “inclines” and how she tries to accommodate for them. She is honest and practical, so hop on over if you want… Continue reading My Friend’s .5 Incline
Over the last few days I have been writing about ways Christian moms can cultivate that biblical perspective from Psalm 127 that declares children to be a heritage, a blessing, and a reward. How do I view my children? Sometimes I view them as a wonderful blessing. Other times I view them as difficult burdens.… Continue reading Burden builder #2: Comparison
Yesterday I started a series about how we as Christian moms can cultivate the biblical perspective found in Psalm 127: Psalm 127: 3 Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward. 4 Like arrows in the hand of a warrior are the children[a] of one’s youth. 5 Blessed is the man who fills his quiver… Continue reading Burden Builder #1: Misplaced Priorities
The lollipops were too small. I should have known that getting my toddler twins through Target would require more than your standard dum-dum pop! Silly me. Where were the safety-pops when you needed them?! So when blue-slobber-fingered, Caleb pointed the bouncy balls out to green-gooey-lipped Josh, an academy award worthy scene of such varied emotions… Continue reading Blessings or Burdens?