Everyone has fears, right? Fears of not passing the test, getting the right job, changing churches or getting sick. Then you become a parent and it seems as if your fears multiply in numbers you never knew possible. For me, as soon as I learned of my first pregnancy, my fears shifted away from myself […]
Her children arise up, and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her. Read More Encouragement
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Hello my dearest mommies (and dads, grandparents) It’s been a while! I’ve missed writing for The Mommies! I’ve been a little preoccupied with taking care of my two young kiddoes, running a new business, as well as embarking upon a new venture, and I hope you’ll come along and join me! About a year ago, […]
There was always something pulling at me though, always a void in my life that I couldn’t fill. I tried to fill it many different ways, some sinful, some not sinful, but nothing worked. No matter how happy I looked on the outside, there was always an empty spot that I couldn’t put my finger on. When I sinned (deliberately especially), I felt so guilty, like my conscience was trying to tell me something, but I kept doing it anyway. And I kept spiraling, and spiraling… Read More…
Still as much as I tried, I always failed. The boy would leave, the alcohol would leave me hurt and confused, the shiny things would fade, the popular crowd would leave and I was left alone, so I thought. I had hit my rock bottom. You know, that moment where the tears are falling uncontrollably and you are rocking yourself back and forth, crying out for help. Read more