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Dear Birthmom,

Have you ever had a letter you wanted to write, but knew you could never send it? It would be too real, too raw, too vulnerable? 1,251 more words

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Rest for a Crazy World

Life can be nuts. It seems at times, all we do is sleep, eat, work, hold a baby and then sleep again. Our life can be a constant whirlwind of obligations, short rest, and clothes tarnished with white spit up. 333 more words

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The Peaceful Night Was Shattered

Oh the joys of figuring out why I was wide awake at 2:00 in the morning when normally I would be dead to the world — and for those of you who don’t know me well, let me just say, I am a girl who LOVES her sleep! 756 more words

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My Fabulous Friday Challenge

Our home is usually a pretty noisy place. With 3 boys, 2 men and 1 woman (who is, btw, the quietest one of the bunch — shhhh, don’t tell them I said that). 734 more words

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What's on the Inside?

My heart leaped for joy. With a little help from my devious hands, I was able to peak through just enough of the brown paper to confirm my suspicions.   468 more words

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Why is Children's Church Good?

The idea of children being blessed by the church is firmly rooted in scripture.  In Mark 10:13-15, Jesus welcomed the little children into his arms and blessed them. 671 more words

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Thoughts from a Family Who Has Been Quarantined for 150 Days

As I am working through my #30DaysWithoutComplaint challenge, I am challenged that I have nothing really to complain about. A friend of a friend who has become a virtual friend has written this blog about the self-imposed quarantine his family has undertaken in an attempt to save his daughter. 71 more words

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