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Ten Thoughts *Wednesday*

Ten Thoughts *Wednesday*

Yeah, I’m sharing a Ten Thoughts Tuesday post on Wednesday. :) My appointment last week with my gynecologist was okay, but no questions were answered. Exam was normal, blood work has since come back normal, and apparently I’m just “normal.” They checked my thyroid, my prolactin levels, and my brain/ovaries interaction (haha) and they were all great. Then why the pain? … Continue reading

Guest Posts Galore!

I love having people guest post on my blog and I’ve been venturing out to do the same on others’ blogs a lot more lately! Here are the ones I’ve had published in the last month – I’d love for you to read them if they spark your interest!   Becoming Mother My three births, comparing … Continue reading

Guest Post: A Very Present Help

Guest Post: A Very Present Help

Originally posted on Pocketful of Motherhood:
Valerie from Atlanta Mom of Three is so kind to share this guest post with us today! Her welcoming and friendly personality are a blessing to me and so is her writing. She is an encouragement to moms and beyond, so make sure to visit her wonderful site and say…

Christianity: What if I’m Wrong?

Christianity: What if I’m Wrong?

I am a Christian. This means that I am a follower of Christ’s teachings, as presented in the Bible. It also means a fair number of other things. It does NOT mean I’m a member of a certain church denomination, or that I think I’m perfect and/or better than anyone else. It also doesn’t mean a HOST of other … Continue reading

Holding a Little Bit Longer

One month ago, I re-blogged a beautiful post about holding babies. Allison talked about how we should dismiss the ridiculous line of thinking that we might “spoil” them if we do it too often, and how their little brains work. How they need us. Many of you liked and/or commented on the post, either on my re-blog or … Continue reading

Or Maybe it Wasn’t a Miscarriage…

Or Maybe it Wasn’t a Miscarriage…

My cycle is frustrating me to no end! It has, once again, led me to believe that I was pregnant – when (once again) I am not. We’ve been NTNP (not trying, not preventing) since Dec 2012. Almost 18 months. Why is this starting to feel like infertility? Granted, about a year of that was while … Continue reading