Allergies can change the way you think about food. My daughter was born allergic to everything. Milk, Soy, Preservatives, Nuts, Grass, Ants, you name it! We spent the first 2 years of her life buying special formula and cereal and making her baby food! We literally would boil chicken and veggies and puree them! It was crazy! Thankfully, she outgrew most of her allergies. All but
It is hard. It’s hard to be a mom that is also striving to be successful. We balance a lot of hats on our heads. This week has been one of those weeks for me. I feel burned out and like a failure at everything. I have worked hard to become a work at home mom. But with that comes a lot of judgement and struggles.
First I must apologize for waiting so long to share this report. Those of you who have been sending well wishes and praying for me have touched my heart. The truth is it has taken me this long to be ready to talk about it. What happened can only be explained as a miracle and the mighty healing hand of God. I needed time. The past
I am full of emotion this month. I am crossing into a new season of life. My season of babies in the house is over. I remember writing this post when my little girl started kindergarden. WOW! Was that really 4 years ago? WOW! Just. Wow! My son should start kindergarden this year, but we decided that he is not ready. His birthday is at