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Tag: stay-at-home moms

Ditch Your To-Do List for a To-Be List

On any given day, you could come to my home and find a “To Do” list. I sometimes base how my day has gone on whether or not this list is completed. A while ago I was reading Jennifer Rothschild’s Bible study on Hosea. In it she challe... Read More »

When I Doubt My Decision To Be a Stay-At-Home-Mom

Y’all, I’m gonna be real… Being a fairly young, fairly new mom, the repercussions of my decision to primarily stay home from outside work to raise my son are still fresh to my heart. And there was a recent period of time where I r... Read More »

Five “Save The Morning” Tips for Moms of Littles

Fellow Stay-at-Home Momma, Can I share a few small tips for the morning that have helped me to be more productive and intentional—aka, off the couch vegging out—as I’m home with my young’n? Spend at least a few minutes chipping away... Read More »

Lies Stay-at-Home Moms Believe

Nearly four years ago, God shook my world through a six-pound ball of joy…my firstborn. Considering I was not “supposed” to have children, I was surprised, humbled, overwhelmed, and in complete awe that God would allow me the opportun... Read More »

Battling for Significance

Imagine the scene: You have been home with your children all day when your husband comes home to tell you about his exciting day. He’s been involved in life-changing meetings, made a huge business deal, or had the opportunity to meet and ... Read More »

Journey from the Office to the Home

I will never forget my first semester in the Women’s Studies program at Southwestern. I decided to tackle the hardest class first…Biblical Theology of Womanhood. I remember sitting in class and hearing the professor teach on the roles o... Read More »