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In Which I Am Learning to Live with the Ache

Our old baby crib is now sitting in pieces in the garage. . It’s in rough shape after nearly eight years and three big babies-to-toddlers in quick succession. There are a lot of sacred memories hidden in that dismantled old crib. The day we took it apart, I cried over that junky old crib. read more

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Bad Mommy Moments

Last week I was sitting at work in my “happy place.” I was so thankful that my girlfriend had volunteered to pick Annie up from kindergarten so I could really get a lot accomplished. I glanced down at my watch and saw 3:27pm. I continued working—and then it hit—“GARRISON!” I had forgotte read more

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Laundry Made Easy{er}

Rachel scoured Pinterest to bring us the best of the best laundry tips. We can't make the laundry disappear but these tips just might make laundry easy{er}. Happy laundering! read more

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The Day We Renovated the Nursery and Book Giveaway

Today when we renovated the nursery, I saw it. He was standing in the doorway when I asked him if we could move the change table and the crib because we've been trying for a year now, honey, and we have two foster boys who could use this room, and that's when he looked away. read more

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Spring Clean Your Life

It’s April and a renewed sense of vigor and life seems to roll in with the warm spring air. Maybe it’s just the satisfaction of watching our children run giddy through the soggy playground, but April is always welcomed with smiles as big as spring puddles. read more