The past few weeks I’ve been in a bit of a fog. My anxiety and depression have awakened from their slumber, but I’m trying to put them back to sleep. Having a baby always wreaks havoc on a woman emotionally and hormonally, but when you’re already trying to keep emotional disorders at bay it’s a tad more frustrating when it all gets thrown out of whack. Good thing that baby is so dang cute…Continue reading “Homeschooling with Depression and a Baby”
This week as I read the New Testament (John chapters 7-10), these verses really hit me hard:
And as Jesus passed by, he saw a man which was blind from his birth.
And his disciples asked him, saying, Master, who did sin, this man, or his parents, that he was born blind?
Continue reading “So We Can Be Somebody’s Miracle”
Jesus answered, Neither hath this man sinned, nor his parents: but that the works of God should be made manifest in him.John 9:1-3
My mental health has been really good for the past couple of years, with only minor bouts of anxiety and depression here and there, but it took quite a dip these past few weeks. I have a lot on my plate with homeschool, new baby, trying to keep the house reasonably clean, and Ryan’s two jobs and crazy work schedule. I have to be careful how much I add to that, and to prioritize those things that are most important. The talks Good, Better, Best by Dallin H. Oaks and A Home Where the Spirit of the Lord Dwells by Henry B. Eyring hit close to my heart.Continue reading “Trusting the Lord and Turning 29”
Today was a rough day. Last night I attempted to go to bed early, but Mason and Rhett decided to wake me up every 1-2 hours. So, despite my attempt, today I was not chipper or productive.Continue reading “Beautiful Smiles from Beautiful Boys”