To the Momma Who Feels Like She Has to Apologize

I feel you. I really do. For the last two months, I haven't been to church, and it's only been the last several weeks that I've been able to watch our service online. I'm so tired. I cancel plans a lot. Being pregnant, with a 10 month old at home, I'm very careful about how … Continue reading To the Momma Who Feels Like She Has to Apologize

You’re NOT a Bad Mom: Knowing Your Limits

There are a lot of roles we can take on in life that teach us our limits, our abilities, and our shortcomings. For example, working in day treatment for 3 years has taught me I don't belong in that restrictive of a setting - that high stress. So, a hospital or crisis center is out … Continue reading You’re NOT a Bad Mom: Knowing Your Limits