Hi friend! Keeping Christ at the center of our Christmas is essential, so we have been thoughtfully discussing and implementing how best to do this with our children each year. We decided a few years ago once Collins got to an appropriate age that we will not be pretending Santa is real. For many reasons, … Continue reading Advent Devotional Ideas for You and Your Family This Year!
PHILIPPIANS 4:4-9, DANIEL 7:13-14, COVID-19, AND A JUST GOD IN THE MIDST OF INJUSTICE
Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice. Let your reasonableness be known to everyone. The Lord is at hand; do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ … Continue reading PHILIPPIANS 4:4-9, DANIEL 7:13-14, COVID-19, AND A JUST GOD IN THE MIDST OF INJUSTICE
A Post For Your Mama Heart
With Mother's Day coming up this weekend, I've been thinking a lot about the amazing gift that motherhood is. God blesses us in so many ways, and children are one of the greatest glimmers of grace I think I'll ever see on this side of eternity. From the moment our daughter was born, I have … Continue reading A Post For Your Mama Heart
Some tips for the newly SAHM…
Hi everyone! I received a request from a few sweet mama's to share some bits of advice for a newly SAHM and wanted to bless them (and maybe you, too!) with bits that have really helped me transition from the busy, on-the-go-ALL-DAY-LONG, 1st grade teacher life... to the SAHM (that's also busy, on-the-go-ALL-DAY-LONG now) life. … Continue reading Some tips for the newly SAHM…
Growth. It's a good thing. But sometimes, growth can feel not so good. As my husband described it: like going down a river, sometimes growth feels fast and exciting like flying down the rocky rapids. Other times, growth can feel like floating down a lazy river or even stagnant and altogether dry. Slow, but steady. … Continue reading Growing Pains
God Is Compassionate When We Are Not
Good morning! As I finished up reading Jonah, I had some time of reflection over the last two verses, questions, that God asks Jonah for the reader to think on and answer too. God used this passage to tend to my heart. Let me be transparent with you, because #impressingisexhausting: I can be very impatient … Continue reading God Is Compassionate When We Are Not
Blog Hop GIVEAWAY!
I am SO excited about this giveaway for you! I have teamed up with several wonderful businesses and artists to bring you an assortment of goodies you are going to love this summer! Before I jump into what is up for grabs in MY giveaway, you must know about the 8 OTHER giveaways that are … Continue reading Blog Hop GIVEAWAY!
failure by default
yesterday after getting back from bible study I had a major bad mom moment. like, horrifying. like, I went in to grab my water bottle before going on a walk with C and Scout and forgot to put the lock on the stroller with our baby in stroller and finding baby in stroller across the street tipped … Continue reading failure by default
This Maze of Life
It has been another whirlwind of a month. Our baby girl is a month and a half old, my husband and I celebrated our 2nd anniversary, and we've made some big decisions in the Tracy household. Dakota and I made a prayerful decision that I should stay home to raise our baby girl. It was … Continue reading This Maze of Life
God Made Me A Mother
June 24th, 2016- God made me a mother. He made my sweet Dakota a father. I try to wrap my head around this gift, and I just find myself in tears. Joyful, praiseworthy tears to God. How can He give a sinner like me such an amazing, unexplainable gift? I've never known the depth of … Continue reading God Made Me A Mother