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June 8, 2017
Watch for Life's Home Run Hitters

Tucker hit a home run last night. I nearly lost my voice and my mind, watching my player round the bases and slide right into home.  Watching Peter coach him at third base, rounding his arm to signal our boy to run straight home.  Go, go, go. I sure didn't know I was a baseball […]

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March 27, 2017
Compassion, Discipline, and The Crazy Hard.

Good parenting is crazy difficult. Just really hard. Like, really hard. We've been navigating some new waters here, teaching boundaries and respect and discernment and adult skills they may never be thankful for. I was journaling some words about my sons, asking God to give me what I need so I can give them what […]

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August 15, 2016
On Dropping Plates

“The art of managing a lot of things is to never drop the same thing twice in a row.” Bishop T. D Jakes said this at the Global Leadership Summit last week. I love thinkers and thinking, I crave the presence of thought leaders, and I am something of a conference junkie, so I signed […]

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June 23, 2016
"Mom, Who Are You Voting For?"

Last night at dinner, the dinner conversation turned to politics, which is a new phenomenon since I’m apolitical. I don’t do politics. But I’ve somehow gone and married a man who is as political as I am not. He has views and strategies, agendas and plans, and he loves to talk about them. So I […]

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February 16, 2016
Better than a Thousand Cups of Haagen Dazs

We were in that post-bedtime crazy-making part of the day. I had given them all I’m going to give, I had done all the talking and listening I was going to do with a happy heart, and they were testing God’s protection in their lives by pushing me to my very limits. I mean, come […]

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August 28, 2015
A Love Note To Single Moms

I never intended to be a single mom, but then I guess not many of us in this tribe aimed for this title. I’m rounding out four and a half years of flying solo, and I feel like I’m finally finding my groove. Or maybe it’s just a good week, or I’m basking in the […]

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June 30, 2015
4 Things I Learned When My Toddler Locked Me In His Bedroom

It's a blast from the past, you guys: one of the favorites from the archives of my life as a young(er) mom.  Only this time, it's going live to the world - with a twist.  Read to remember, or read to experience it all for the first time. * * * The headline is this: […]

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April 13, 2015
Good Parenting is Freaking Hard

You guys, I'm exhausted. We are limping into a new week around here. Good parenting is freaking hard. When I posted this throw-away status on Facebook, my friend Laura responded, "This is why I aim for mediocrity in parenting." Seriously, it's tempting. This gig is not for the faint of heart. I'm not going to […]

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August 1, 2014
Sand Castles, Footballs, and Purpose.

They point to a neighborhood on our way to the park. "Mommy, that's where Miss P. lives. But don't try to get in there, because you have to have a card. Like, see that thing by the gate at the entrance? It's a scanner, and you drive up and scan your card, and that's the only […]

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