Hi, my name is Rachel and I am a Pinterest addict. I am guilty of spending hours upon hours scrolling and pinning projects that I have no real intention of ever completing (even though they are all SUPER SIMPLE...
I love to travel and I love my kids, but sometimes it's easier and less stressful to travel without them. Don't get me wrong; my husband and I take our kids lots of places. We took our son to...
You are my sunshine…do you know that? For years, I tried for you. I remember finding out Titi Lizzy was pregnant with Mariah and being so angry towards God. I wondered why I wasn’t capable of being a mother when...
Recently I read a really inspirational post about teaching our kids to have grit, to pick themselves up when they fall and keep pressing in to achieve something difficult. “Start them young,” the author said, because our kids will...
On the day that we came, you smiled at me. Your class filed into the gym in a neat row, hair neatly combed for pictures, all on their best behavior for the rows of parents sitting with cell phone...
My children did not share my enthusiasm when I announced we would be working on etiquette this summer. In fact, etiquette is probably the last thing they want to work on. The word “etiquette” may conjure up images of...
Growing up, I had a love/hate relationship with sleepovers. I remember feeling anxious thinking I was missing out on time with friends if I didn’t stay the night, because whether it was just girls or a late night with...
My two-year-old son said his first curse word recently. It was Easter Sunday and we were on our way to church, of all places, when he shouted out the S-word. My mom, his Mimi, was buckling him into his...
I heard the ceramic shattering on our hardwood floor. Before I could even see what happened I knew it was the sound of my favorite little flower pot breaking into a million pieces. I ran into our family room...
"I'm just not sure how to help him." I sat in our pediatrician's office with tears rolling down my cheeks. We were there for my son's three-year-old checkup, and after he had passed all physical examinations, the conversation turned to...
"This was simply the wall. Every time you ran a marathon, you hit a wall. The wall was both a physical and a mental barrier, but it could be overcome (carb-loading, hydration, focus on your technique)...It didn't feel like...
March Madness is over and I’m still sad about it. I don’t want to talk about it, but I am going to talk about another kind of madness. April is already crazy enough, but April craziness brings May madness....

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