(Originally published on May 10, 2014) To be entirely honest, I miss the “innocence” of Mother’s Day that I used to know. I’m all too aware that not all women fit
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We never decided to “do” Santa… or not “do” Santa. But this year, the kids have taken the lead, letting us know they firmly believe he’s real and he’s coming.
Long before Advent was highjacked by Pinterest to become one more reason to fill the month of December with frenzied Christmas countdown celebrations, my grandmother’s Norwegian Lutheran roots
(Reposted from December 2011.) I can’t not do holidays. I just love them. I mark my year by them. I plan for them. I dream about them. I imagine what
I woke up this morning thinking about Saint Nicholas and Santa and Jesus and how the apparent dichotomy of Christmas all fits together. It was to be a day of
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I am a shameless Christmas LOVER (all caps utterly necessary). And although I put up a few personal ‘boundaries’ around my zeal (ie no Christmas music and movies until Thanksgiving),
I’m a sucker for a good party. Always have been. And just like most women out there, I enjoy perusing pinterest and looking at pretty things or seeing stuff that
(Yes, I’m talking about his first birthday… the one nearly a year ago. *ahem*) Y’all know how much I love a good party. And although I think it’s wasteful to
How to honor your own mom while helping mothers in Papua New Guinea this Mothers Day. Never in a million years could I imagine needing an emergency c-section or experiencing