We hear those words a lot as a new mother, but do we believe them? Do we believe we are doing a good job? Most of the time we feel we are just trying to stay on top of things and not fall asleep. “Just make it to the next day ..” Well I’m here… Continue reading Oh momma you’re doing so good.
As I was sitting with my toddler the other morning listening to online Church service they sang the following songs for a reason. Look at these breath taking words, full of life, full of love, full of the truth of Jesus, the word of Jesus. "I count on one thingThe same God that never failsWill… Continue reading I count on one thing..
We've all heard this. Most of us mamas have SCREAMED this. Don't kiss the babies! For those of you who haven't heard this, I'm going to explain this..very, very simply and then I am going to scream it again. It breaks my heart seeing so many babies come down with RSV and so many other… Continue reading #Dontkissthebabies
A precious gift, it is, when a woman becomes a mother to a beautiful baby. One piece of advice given to every mother is “cherish the moments, they grow up too fast.” How is this possible when the days turn into nights and exhaustion sets in? It feels like they will be babies forever. Don’t… Continue reading Just one more time
First rule of the exclusive pumper: ALWAYS and I mean ALWAYS bring extra milk with you!! If your baby doesn't nurse then you can't just expect him to hop on the boob and drink away. Believe me, I've tried this over and over and after 6 months of exclusive breastfeeding ill ask him, "Hey! You… Continue reading Grab the milk and head to Target
These eyes look to me for love and guidance. We as mothers must build our children up. From day one I have told my son how handsome he is, how strong he is and how loved he is. I pray with him and over him. I pray for his future and I pray for his… Continue reading New is fleeting.
You feel down. You feel out. You feel alone. You feel depressed. You feel anxious. You feel scared. You feel overwhelmed. You feel annoyed. You feel sad. You feel afraid. You feel defeated. You feel nervous. You feel tired. You feel exhausted. You feel worried. You feel confused. You feel absent. You feel dumb. You… Continue reading Its okay to not feel okay.
So, as I said in my previous blog, we found out we were pregnant January 4th 2018. As we were beyond thrilled I remember laying in bed that night with my husband wondering what this future will look like from now on. This is something we had planned on and prayed for but the unknown… Continue reading Pregnancy: aka hungry 24/7