operation round noggin

I researched every little thing while pregnant. What car seat was safest? What stroller was best? I read parenting book after parenting book. Blog after blog. Not one time did I ever stumble across anything about Torticollis or Plagiocephaly. So, when the pediatrician said to start doing neck exercises to loosen Tripp’s neck, I really didn’t pay … More operation round noggin

why I chose a natural childbirth (& reflections on tripp’s birth day)

“You’re not having an epidural?? Are you CRAZYY?” I’m not sure how many times I heard that while being pregnant! I wasn’t opposed to getting an epidural, and quite honestly, if it wasn’t for the thought of having a needle inserted into my spine, I may have considered it. However, that’s not how it works … More why I chose a natural childbirth (& reflections on tripp’s birth day)

Burnt Offerings

I’ve made my way into Leviticus now as I attempt to read the Old Testament. If you have read through the Old Testament, you know that the law books can be a real struggle to read. I’ll admit that I have had a hard time focusing and staying encouraged…and I’m only on chapter 8! I’m … More Burnt Offerings

Joseph

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted, but with school being out I finally have some free time….that is until our baby arrives. More on baby in a later post. 🙂 I just finished reading the book of Genesis and this verse just sank deep into my heart. But Joseph said to them; “Don’t … More Joseph

true love

If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have faith that can move mountains, but have not love, I am … More true love