Journeys In Motherhood, The Little Things That Count

Family Table Talks : How A Rickety Table Brings Us Together

I sat down five plates of my famous Hoppin John stew, mixed greens, and buttery cornmeal on our rickety table for Sunday dinner. I have to be very careful if not one of the top planks lifts ups, and I have to move the table carefully holding the legs. I never thought a whack purchase… Continue reading Family Table Talks : How A Rickety Table Brings Us Together

Journeys In Motherhood, Mom Motivation & Empowerment

Knowing Your Worth : 12 Tips To Grow Your Inner Glow

I must admit that there are somedays where I feel on top of the world in growing into my own juggling life and kids. However, there were some periods in my life where I found myself soul searching in trying to cope through challenges in difficult seasons in understanding my true worth as a woman.… Continue reading Knowing Your Worth : 12 Tips To Grow Your Inner Glow

Family Learning, Family Matters, Mom Motivation & Empowerment

6 Simple Ways To Encourage Home Literacy As A Family

I love books! Books were a great escape for me as child to explore the world around me. I wanted to afford my children the opportunity to have that same passion for reading here at home. My mother instilled in my siblings and I the importance of reading, but as a former homeschooling mom and… Continue reading 6 Simple Ways To Encourage Home Literacy As A Family

Family Matters, Fatherhood

Give Dads Credit : Let’s Not Neglect Father’s Day

Most of us can agree that there's a night and day difference between Mother's Day and Father's Day on a huge scale in reverence. There's a subtleness of walking on eggshells of what's appropriate to say or not to say unlike Mother's Day to not offend anyone, bring up bad memories, or to give credit… Continue reading Give Dads Credit : Let’s Not Neglect Father’s Day

Family Matters, Family Road Trip, The Little Things That Count

Close Connections: Adult Sibling Relationships

I can't visit the city of Atlanta without my daughters wanting to visit their Uncle Bryce's home to connect with their cousins. I find joy in seeing how genuinely close our children are despite the distance we share in living in two different cities. I found a new sense of gratitude on one of my… Continue reading Close Connections: Adult Sibling Relationships

Family Management, Journeys In Motherhood, Purpose Filled Mommy

10 Tips To Limit Screen Time As A Family In Becoming More Engaged

It happened suddenly from seeing my younger children excited to use their kiddie tablets to swipe their touch screens for learning games to binge watching their now favorite YouTube personalities. I noticed the histrionics when anyone in the home couldn't find their cellphones, tablets, or the television remote deciding that it was time to admit… Continue reading 10 Tips To Limit Screen Time As A Family In Becoming More Engaged

Mom Motivation & Empowerment, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

The Lord Will Fight For You

I can remember an old childhood saying, "Handle my lightweight" in playing teasing neighborhood games. It didn't take long for the years leading up to adulthood to sink in where I encountered real battles to fight, and I couldn't use my on strength in fighting the battles that faced me alone. The Lord can handle… Continue reading The Lord Will Fight For You