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10 Tricks to Taming the Tummy

My second child was born on November 13, and I’ve been very aware of my tummy this time around. It has taken much longer to shrink after baby number two! Because tummy taming is an issue for so many women, below are some tips on how to tame that tummy. 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

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When a Friendship Ends

Once upon a time I had a friend. I loved her with my whole heart, and she loved me. Our friendship was beautiful, and then one day . . . it ended. read more

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On Having Hard Conversations

I never realized having difficult conversations in friendships could actually bring a relationship to a deeper, more intimate level. Recently, I sat across from a friend at Starbucks, and she dropped the news that I had hurt her deeply. I was stunned by this news because I was clueless. read more

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3 Tips for Making Friendship Work

While I certainly think friendships are harder to make and maintain since having children, I am not ready for them to take an 18-year hiatus while I raise kids. Here are three keys to making friendships work in the early mothering years. read more