What Motherhood Means To…Nicole

What does motherhood mean to me?

Motherhood is one of the greatest gifts. I know this may seem like a Hallmark answer, but this is the very first word that comes to my mind. Becoming a parent is one of life’s richest blessings.

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Faith in the Storm: A Survivor’s Story

Last year my dear friend Tiana shared her story. The words you will read below are her own. They are words I cherish now more than ever, as she made her home in heaven last week.

On November 30, 2017, after her breast cancer aggressively returned, she passed away. It was not without a fight and her journey remained full of faith.

She is loved. She is missed. And through the pain of her earthly absence, we will rejoice in the beauty and strength of the angel we have gained. 

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The Quest for Quality Time: A Night Out With My Husband

This three day weekend was refreshing in so many ways. Not only did I enjoy some fun with the family, I also had some one-on-one time with my hubby!!

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What Motherhood Means To…Tabitha

I think I have always lived for big moments. It almost seems easier in a way. There is the prep and planning, the processing and deciding, and finally the climatic result of all your hard work. In one single day, it’s all over. There is a decidedly tangible feeling of accomplishment. You know that you have done something, and done it well.

This is not motherhood.

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What Motherhood Means To…Diedre

Motherhood means not losing control, even on those days when my kids make me question my abilities as a parent.

My strong willed child is four years old. I figured out that she was a strong willed child when she was 2.5. Her sister was born, and she fought to remain queen on the throne. I had to remind her that I was queen, and that even though mommy had to divide her attention between the two girls, I didn’t love her any less. I also had to remind her that if anyone was going to be worn down, it was going to be me, not her.

But one day I lost it. Physically, mentally & emotionally.

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