I swear, sometimes I feel like the writers of Baby Blues (Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott) spy on our family! That comic strip has humored me and touched me many times over since it began. This week’s series is right on!!! You can check out more of my favorite Baby Blues humor on my Pinterest … More Baby Blues
Today I have the pleasure to introduce you to a fellow blogger, sister-in-Christ, and I am excited to be doing it! Through a mutual friend, I met Carrie earlier this week . I interviewed Carrie concerning her adoption journey and this is what she would love for you to know: We are the Likes Family … More The Likes Adoption
I love doing and having guest posts. It’s a chance to join together in blog-land and support each other in the endeavor in blogging. Also, I really do believe that one of the problems in our society is that we no longer care about other people. We are very slow to want to understand another … More Supporting Single Mothers
Mondays are very hard and we all need a good laugh to perk us up. So welcome to: Side-splitting Mondays My son and I were rolling watching this one. Tim Hawkins is hilarious!!! So may your Monday be humorous and have ya’ a good one!!
It has been over a month since Michelle Obama stated that she felt like a single mother as she shoulders the majority of child rearing while our President maintains a very busy, 24/7 schedule. I myself would joke around with my friends during seminary that we were ‘seminary widows’ who carried most of the parenting … More Being a single mother.
When I found out I was expecting my firstborn, I poured myself into books because I had no idea what I was doing. There are several that I would highly recommend for your parenting bookshelf, but one has recently been gifted to me that I am finding so encouraging and useful. I wonder where it … More The Love and Logic of Rasing Adults
There can be many pains in parenting.. but I don’t believe there is a pain beyond losing your child. What an honor this family and the hospital staff bestowed upon others even as their child slipped away from them. Source: highexistence.com via Kristin on Pinterest