Tag: growing

Measure What Matters

What in your life do you measure? Do you count your money? Do you track the hours you work? How about the amount of time you spend on yourself? The time you spend with the Lord? I’ve often been told you measure what matters to you. Your progress on a project, pounds lost, 401k, hours

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Joy of Learning

My boys are in a season of learning right now. My youngest son is learning to crawl all over the place and even at 7.5 months you can see the pride in his eyes as he inches his way towards his destination. My oldest son woke up dry this morning and has gone on the

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Be You Bravely

As I work to switch my mindset from the weekend to the work week I thought about what other switches might need to be flipped. The biggest switch I need to flip off and never turn on again is how often I compare myself. I do it effortlessly. I do it without knowing. And I

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For my son

You snuggle into my shoulder, your hair smells of fresh shampoo. I lean my head into you as you look up at me. Your nose crinkles, your eyes light up and your sweet smile appears. Tiny baby teeth. You raise your hand up high, a signal that you want something. You look to me and

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Season of Change

The season of change is fast approaching, but before the leaves fall my family is also changing. No we’re not growing in numbers but we’re growing! This week my sweet daughter got a big girl bed! This also meant the transition into the crib for my son. It’s such a small silly change that is

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