I wrote a few days ago about how upset I was at the thought of losing our precious foster baby boy. Today, by the grace of God, I am feeling much more at peace with the situation. I prayed, my friends prayed, and I went back to the Bible where God first told us to say . . . → Read More: You can’t lose what you never owned
I don’t mind losing at a game, but in life I don’t like admitting when things are hard. Why is that? I don’t have a Super Mom complex. I know that everyone else already knows I’m not perfect, so why do I try so hard to convince myself and others that it’s all “okay”? Why are . . . → Read More: The downside to foster parenting
I love to be comfortable. Bare feet in the soft grass. Cozy blankets on the sofa. Fall Weather. But God never promised us that we’d be comfortable. In fact, He tells us quite the opposite, but we don’t like to hear that. Read my previous post about being comfortable.
“For just as the sufferings of Christ flow . . . → Read More: Get out of your comfort zone
Last night about 11:00pm, Rob took Little Bear to the ER. Diagnosis: Night Owl Social Butterfly.
This kid does not like to sleep unless he’s with people. He will nap contently in his bouncy seat in the living room with people having conversation, or with someone sitting within his eyesight and music playing. But try to put . . . → Read More: Little Bear’s visit to the ER
“Little Bear” has been with us for 2 weeks now. He’s already growing so much. He gained 1 pound the first week he was here. His neck is getting stronger too and he’s holding his head up a lot more. He’s still sleeping most of the day, and eating every 3-4 hours. Sometimes he’ll demand a . . . → Read More: Baby boy’s 2 week update
Yep, a real baby! Not a fur baby, not a doll baby….a real baby!
I apologize for not updating the blog sooner, but things have been a little busy at our place. That, and we’ve been missing out on our usual amounts of sleep, so when I’ve actually had the time to sit and blog, I . . . → Read More: We have a baby at our house!