What Defines my Daughters: Dealing with a Diagnosis

I always knew my children were special, but I did not expect for them to have special needs. Prematurity, Hypotonia, Global Developmental Delay, and Sensory Processing Disorder, are all diagnoses that have been assigned to my daughters. Lani and Libby were born at 32 weeks, and have faced challenge after challenge ever since. Here is…

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Open Door Policy & Killing Dragons

If someone is in need, my door and my table are open. No need for planning or notice, just come knock.
I am not sure what makes your top 5 priority list, but hospitality should be one of them. Here is why…

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I Will Not Keep the Peace

Setting and keeping boundaries is not hateful. Loving someone does not mean becoming their doormat. To love is to speak truth, to live with integrity, and to walk away if things cannot be resolved.

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Motherhood Spectrum “Disorder”

This title was meant to be an attention grabber. Did it work? Because I really want you to read this. Motherhood is an ever changing journey that takes us through the full of a spectrum of emotions. Rarely ever do we feel one single emotion at a time, and we often confuse conflicting feelings with…

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TOP 10 items for 12-18 months

Hello Friends, It’s that time again to review what items we have used most often from 12-18 months and what has survived TWO toddlers! In case you missed it, here is our post on what we used for 0-12 months! Top 10 Items for the First Year with Twins How we review items: What was…

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