Yes, My Hands are Full

You have your hands full.

If you are a parent or a caregiver, chances are you have heard this phrase a time or two. It seems if you have more than two children in your care, then your hands are automatically deemed full.

This phrase doesn’t bother me. I actually take it as a complement.

My hands are full.


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Eight Lessons I Have Learned in Eight Years of Marriage

Marriage lessons I have learned in the last eight years.

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Our Trip To Pittsburgh and Interview on Cornerstone Television Network.

Last week my husband Benjamin and I had the privilege of joining the Real Life co-hosts for an interview of our newly released book Faith Actually; Living Life After Tragedy. If you have not heard of it yet, you can read more about it and listen to a podcast about the book here. We wrote […]

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Raising Kind Children

I don’t know about you, but I desire to raise kind children. Children who grow up to become kind adults. Adults who are kind to strangers in the street, adults who are kind to their families. I desire to raise kind humans. I know I am not the only one who strives to do this […]

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What Being Married To My Husband Has Taught Me

Today I want to share with you a blog post I wrote a few years ago.  It is still so relevant so I decided to post it again! Enjoy! Close your eyes and think about one word to describe who you are. Hard isn’t it? I am more than one thing. I am a wife, […]

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How Do We Encourage Our Daughters?

Yesterday I ventured out to the grocery store with both my daughters. By myself. I know I am such a thrill seeker. Thankfully they were both on their best behavior. While we were there something happened that always happens whenever I go anywhere with my daughters. I was told by four or five complete strangers […]

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