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Yuliya and a Puppy

The stuffed dog in my shoebox became my new best friend, and I still have it 14 years later. When I lifted the lid on my purple plastic shoebox, the first thing I saw was a stuffed dog. I was filled with exuberant joy! I just remember hugging it. read more


Life is Like Confetti

If I am being honest, I have been wishing the days away this past month, saying things like, “when we get into the new house” or, “when we are settled.” I have been more concerned with ‘when our future happens,’ then what is happening right in front of me. read more


What it is to Celebrate a Husband

There is a man I know who gets up and goes to work. He will not win a Nobel Prize, he does not earn in the highest tax bracket and he will never have the skills to play sports professionally. But he is the man I love the most in the world…my husband. read more


Tales of an Inconsistent Disciplinarian

When I was pregnant with my first child, my friend Krista asked me about our discipline philosophy. Whatta … huh? was how I wanted to reply. But all she got was a blank stare. Because that seemed like the more eloquent option. read more


5 Ways to Grow Your Kids Faith

But regardless of how these moms thought about church, almost all of them had the same end goal. They didn’t want to make their kids memorize beliefs like multiplication flashcards. They wanted their kids to develop a faith and sense of meaning that their children could own for themselves. read more