Introducing Arabella!

I love to write and a blog seems like a fun way to do it. But lets be honest. I'm a busy woman and even with the best intentions I can't seem to get time to keep up with this. So here we go again with a much needed and surprise update for everyone. On... Continue Reading →


When it was just us.

Perfectly sums up my feelings as I navigate life with a toddler and newborn.

Girl in the Corner

Last night as I was rushing through a shower to wash the ever-present milk smell off of myself (just to get spit up on again right after), a familiar song came on Pandora. It was one that my husband used for his alarm sound when we were newly weds. It caught me by surprise when my eyes started to tear up. Instantly, there was this wave of emotion that swept over me with just the first few notes. The feeling ran deep. It was powerful. I was taken back to those mornings, waking up with him beside me and starting the slow crawl out of bed to get ready for work…already looking forward to getting home to curl up with each other on the couch. It was just us.

I miss my husband.

We are three years into this marriage. We don’t hold hands. He sleeps on the couch. I…

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Issues You Will Read About on this Blog

Aside from writing about my family, there are some issues that I am very passionate about. You are likely going to hear about these issues on this blog, if you have not already. Christianity Abortion - Pro-Life Miscarriage and Pregnancy Loss Natural Family Planning Fertility Awareness The dangers of hormonal contraceptives The woman's role (from... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to Wendy Davis

This says it all. Couldn’t have written anything better.
Normally I don’t reblog things but this needs to be shared as much as possible.

The Matt Walsh Blog

Dear Senator Wendy Davis,

Congrats! I know this is a bit belated, but I wanted to write a message of salutations and congratulations after that abortion rights filibuster you pulled off in the Texas senate this past week. The media tells me it was “historic” and “game changing” and “epic,” and I know it must have been because they only use those terms to describe, like, ten or twenty different events every day.

What a heroic performance it was. You were like Joan of Arc, Mother Teresa and Harriet Tubman, all rolled into one. Except they stood for courage, righteousness, truth, peace, and love, while you stood for the billion dollar abortion industry. They protected and defended life, while you protected and defended your right to destroy life. They faced grave danger, you face the adulation, admiration and campaign donations of the media, Hollywood, the president, pop culture, the abortion…

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