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Real Life: two year old (and bears)

Real Life: two year old (and bears)

Dreams must be so confusing for a toddler. I mean think about it. How do you explain to a two year old that when she sleeps her subconscious is playing out events, which appear as dreams and that, although they seem real, they are in fact NOT real? Any takers on explaining that one? No? … Continue reading

Real Life: two year old

Real Life: two year old

“Mommy, stop doing that…” “Doing what, Anabelle?” “That thing with your eyes…be happy Mommy.” “I am not happy right now, Anabelle. You are not obeying.” Isn’t it funny how much a facial expression can say? Just by looking at my eyes, my two year old knows what kind of mood I am in. This conversation … Continue reading

Real Life: two year old

Real Life: two year old

A few months ago I walked into our toy room (aka tornado alley) and watched Anabelle sing “The B-I-B-L-E” while standing on a Bible. You know how it goes: “The B-I-B-L-E, yes that’s the book for me, I stand alone on the Word of God, the B-I-B-L-E!”  She was simply doing what the song was … Continue reading

Real Life: two year old

Real Life: two year old

I like to think that James and I are doing a decent job at raising our girls according to God’s Plan and not our own. For those of you who know me well, you may know that I read A LOT and am never afraid to ask for advice from mom’s who are a few … Continue reading

Aftermath…

Aftermath…

(this is a serious post. here’s your warning. i promise a light-hearted post soon.) My heart has been so heavy for the past week. On May 21, we received news that a dear friend from church, Grace Stanton, was tragically taken to be with Jesus in a car accident. Then on May 22, as we … Continue reading