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Introducing Tasha Levert to the Hello, Darling Family

Darling, we are excited to introduce you to Tasha Levert, our newest resident writer to the Hello, Darling blog. We love Tasha’s irreverent and bold conversation about topics that matter deeply to us as woman, wives and moms. read more

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What Would You Do?

“I’m working my way right out of this job.” I thought sadly to myself as my preschooler began to chatter about starting kindergarten in the coming year. I love being a mom. It was all I had wanted to do my entire life. read more

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How My Friends Helped Me Survive A Family Crisis

Jen opened her front door and held out her hands, reaching for the baby in mine. No words exchanged, but a friend who anticipated my needs before I could articulate them, ready to give my arms a break from holding my squirming baby girl. read more

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My Friends Helped Me Survive My Husband's Deployment

My cell phone rang and I actually answered it, it would be a treat to talk to another adult. My husband was mid-way through an eight week Army training halfway across the US. I was home alone with three kids under the age of six, and my adult people-speaking skills were beginning to atrophy. read more

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Every Family Has a Story, Welcome to Mine

It was during my first year of MOPS I first heard about Samaritan’s Purse and Operation Christmas Child. A time when I was really questioning if what I did mattered. It was a question I asked frequently. I couldn’t find a contentment between being a mother, being a wife and being me. read more