Congratulations! You’re having a baby! It’s so exciting, scary, thrilling, nerve-wrecking, and a HUGE blessing! Regardless if it’s your first baby or your last (Ha! Good luck with that!) I want to give you a great big hug and tell you everything will be fine… you’ll be fine! The moment you find our you’re pregnant … Continue reading The New Mom’s Guide: 1st Trimester
I am so excited to announce this new blog series that I've worked so hard to put together! Let me just say that the reception and support of my blog has been AMAZING, and I'm only 2 months old (I love y'all!)! I've specifically gotten so much feedback from moms that I felt inspired to create … Continue reading NEW BLOG SERIES: Mom-spiration
The diaper bag. Either you carry one. You have carried one, or you’re trying to purchase items to go in someone else’s. The diaper bag is the perfect conundrum: Always the same, yet constantly changing. We all know what needs to go in it, but the more we think about it, the more confused we … Continue reading The New Mom’s Guide: The Diaper Bag
Before we got married, Carlton and I spent a lot of time together. For starters, we met at work, he was my boss, I was the assistant… more on that later :-). Since we worked together, we saw each other at least five days out of the week. Once we began dating, we spent time … Continue reading 5 Things You Should Know About Your Husband
You may have heard the phrase, “jack of all trades, a master of none.” When you really think about it, it’s not such a great thing to boast about. We all want to master something. Let’s face it, life goes by fast! I was recently at my mom’s birthday party and there was a slide-show … Continue reading How to Enjoy Your Family More
Never give up and always believe that you can do anything! You never know how your story will motivate the next person.
They need you. They need you to be loving, calm, and forgiving of their tantrums.
Be mindful of how much weight your words bare on his shoulders...
I’m not just a wife living in a house. I’m a wife making a home for the ones I love.
There are just 24 short hours in the day. We and need to find time to pull away, plug into something Greater and release all the baggage.