Sometimes, just by showing up, the mundane moments come to mean more than the “intentional moments.” Sometimes, the mundane just-showing-up moments are the moments that matter the most.
…somehow, I see beauty woven through the days and start feeling better
I hope that someday, he will forgive me for all the times I said, “No, not now, Mommy is working…” and “Ezra, go play” and “Leave Mommy alone”
Our family calls it “the special store.” We have gone there for potty-training reward outings, special daddy-son dates, and on days like today: when the park is too hot, Barnes and Noble is too small, the play-place at the mall has gotten old, and everything else is too expensive. It’s big enough to run around … [Read more…]
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these posts! We’ve been busy adjusting to our new life in North Carolina, celebrating the 4th of July, taking short day trips, and most of my free time has been spent writing posts for my new blog series about legalism and grace. But in the mean … [Read more…]
For the 4th of July this year, in addition to taking Ezra to a preschool parade, we planned to have a birthday party for America! Mostly for Ezra’s sake – as he LOVES birthdays, and birthday parties, and happy birthday cakes! I cannot take credit for 90% of what I’m about to post. I simply … [Read more…]
“It’s a parade for America’s Happy Birthday!!!!” As we were walking to the parade, he ran down the sidewalk. “Dere’s da parade! I’m coming, Parade! I’m coming!!!”