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Category Archives: Motherhood

This post originally appeared on the Time of Grace blog. Moms, let’s all admit that we’re good at the busy mom martyrdom game. We love to play the victim of our circumstances. I suggest you avoid asking me about our family’s schedule anywhere between May through September each year, because I will likely whine/subtly brag […]

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To be honest, I struggled a bit with being pregnant and then having a baby. (Duh. Don’t we all. Let me explain more specifically what I mean.) There’s so much of the process that seems kind of vain or overcomplicated. I know I might confuse people or ruffle feathers by saying that, but I mean, […]

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For as long as I’ve been reading blogs I’ve been reading the birth stories of those bloggers, the ones who’ve been brave enough to share. Each birth is so different, and I learned so much reading about their unique experiences. I wanted to write out Harrington’s birth story for my own sake and for his, so […]

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I have no idea what to expect with motherhood and the early days after bringing our baby home. That being said, I know some things about myself: God created me a driven, goal-oriented woman. Rest without a little structure does not usually feel good to me. I feel much better and much happier when my […]

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Well, fun news to share: We’re having a baby! Yep, God has answered our prayers (and those of so many loved ones who prayed for us) and after literally 9 years of me working to live a medication-free life and pinning photos like these to push me to get my body healthy enough, I have […]

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