What (and How) I Feed My Preschooler

What (and How) I Feed My Preschooler

If you’re a parent, and you’re anything like me, you’ll relate to the following scenarios: you’re standing in the kitchen with a whining toddler at your feet, and suddenly you have completely  forgotten HOW to feed your child. Or, you’re in the grocery store, surrounded by food, but are at a loss as to what… Continue Reading

Evolving Thoughts on Change

Evolving Thoughts on Change

I was voted Most Conservative by my high school senior class. My staunchly Republican grandfather assumed this was a commentary on my political views, and he’d never been so proud. While I was indeed an outspoken Republican, the “Most Conservative” nomination likely had more to do with my aversion to swearing, alcohol,  and hallway make-out sessions than my… Continue Reading

Links I Love // 8.3.18

Links I Love // 8.3.18

For the worriers, the travelers, and the ones seeking ways to connect to God—these links are for you. Enjoy! A Catastrophe Journal // Seth Godin “Every time you’re sure you’ve blown it, completely blown it, that you’re certain you’re going to get disbarred, fired, demoted—becoming friendless, homeless and futureless—write it down in your Catastrophe Journal.”… Continue Reading

Lately // July 2018

Lately // July 2018

July is winning for favorite month of 2018. It wasn’t even a contest. There were some big moments (see Highlights below), but mostly I’ve just been loving day-to-day life as a mom. Charleston and I have been doing all that we can to soak up the summer, from playground time and library visits, to tricycle… Continue Reading