Dealing with Worries as a Mother

Fevers and illness, daring activities that lead to injuries, potential kidnappings, government interference... there are so many things that we worry about as mothers. It's so easy to spiral down into those worries and start to panic. As an INTJ, my typical response...

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Normalizing Birth for Children

My eldest son witnessed his first birth around 1.5 years old. He stood with his little rubber boots on the fence and held on to the cable and watched as the calf emerged, feet, then face, then a wet body slipping out onto the bedding pack. I'd like to say it was a...

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Cloth Diaper Tips

These cloth diaper tips were written for a new cloth diapering mama, by a mom who has cloth diapered 3 little men over the course of the last 7 years. It was written to be a cheat sheet of tips, not a full blown tutorial. You may also  like to read about my favorite...

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The Trouble With Tolerance

Tolerance is a buzz word nowadays. Everyone needs to be tolerant. We need to tolerate everyone's beliefs and lifestyles etc. But is that really what our goal should be? As Christians, we should move beyond tolerance. Jesus doesn't ask us to tolerate our neighbours. He...

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