Continuing the Conversation

I want to keep sharing other people’s stories or articles from around the internet this year, so here are three new posts to share. 8 Ways to support a woman after she’s had a miscarriage Post from a WordPress blog written by a Catholic priest, Fr Michael Rennier. It's good advice and a great post… Continue reading Continuing the Conversation

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It’s Not Supposed To Be This Way by Lysa Terkeurst: A Review

It's Not Supposed to Be This Way: Finding Unexpected Strength When Disappointments Leave You Shattered by Lysa TerKeurst My rating: 4 of 5 stars This is a great book. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is going through hardships or suffering of any kind. She writes this book of faith and truth while… Continue reading It’s Not Supposed To Be This Way by Lysa Terkeurst: A Review

Be Kind but Don’t Rewind

10 points to your house if you get the above reference (and 20 points if you get that and the second reference I just made). Even though we have a beautiful, healthy baby boy in our home now, pregnancy loss is still prevalent in everyday interactions. People still ask questions that are pretty socially acceptable… Continue reading Be Kind but Don’t Rewind

January TBR

For those of you not familiar with the bookish vocabulary, TBR stands for To Be Read. Last year I read 40 books, much to my own surprise. This year, I have a goal to read 44 books. So, for my TBR each month, I plan to try to read four books, so that will give… Continue reading January TBR

The Last Books of 2018

Hey Everyone! I hope you have had an amazing December. Our holiday was filled with family, fond memories, and many first experiences. In short, it was lovely. Photo by Mikes Photos on Pexels.com I managed to complete three books this month (thanks long travel trips and sleepy babies!) which brings my grand total to 40… Continue reading The Last Books of 2018

Anticipating December

The final month of the year.  I know I said this last month, but what a year this has been.  Filled with anxiety, hope, celebration, mourning, remembering, and joy.  Before I get into the final anticipation of this month (and a small announcement), let's look back at November. I am still reading the book I… Continue reading Anticipating December