Belonging to a Family of Families

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Yesterday I talked about what Christ’s plan for the Church was. I talked about how Jesus loves His church and planned for it in eternity past. He provided for it through His death and resurrection. He gave it a mission (the … Continued

Christ’s Plan – The Church

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God has built into each one of us a sense that we are put here on Earth for a purpose. Life is not meant to be spent meaninglessly, year after year just going through the motions with no sense of … Continued

Top 3 Reasons to try Baby-Led Weaning and How To Start

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This post is a follow-up to my original Why I’m doing Baby-Led Weaning and What it Looks Like. I wanted to write this follow-up post after refreshing myself on the baby-led weaning approach and how I’m handling it with my second baby. … Continued

Thinking Outside the Box to Maximize my Time

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Last time I talked about prioritizing my time based around the roles God has given me. Because, let’s face it, life is constantly choosing what to do and want not to do. As a mom of two Littles (2 boys … Continued

Hospitality = Unusual kindness and love

Last week I wrote my first post on hospitality and focused on preparing the heart for hospitality. If you haven’t read it yet, go back and read it. Next week I’ll focus on preparing the home for hospitality. I’ll give you … Continued

The Need for a Day of Rest

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We don’t value the need for a day of rest as a culture like we should. Our society thrives on busy, busy, do, do, buy, buy. Our culture values packed schedules. But a busy, frantic pace isn’t healthy and it prevents us from being … Continued

The Need to Gather as Women

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I’ve mentioned Titus 2:4-5 before. I’m trying to memorize it. “Older women likewise are to be reverent in their behavior, not malicious gossips nor enslaved to much wine, teaching what is good, so that they may encourage the young women … Continued

Becoming a student of your husband

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I knew for this series I wanted to take some time to process and write about pursuing my husband. In the rush and care of little ones, my husband is often put last. And that is not the way it … Continued

What it means to be a Disciple of Christ

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Thanks for stopping by again!! On Tuesdays I’ll be covering topics about my faith. Lately, I’ve been leading a Bible study in which I’m going through the foundational tenants of my faith. I want to summarize what I’ve been studying … Continued

Making the most of my time: Roles

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As a mom of 2 boys under the age of 2 1/2 my days are BUSY! And then my evenings are full too: putting the kids to bed (sometimes a CHORE!), spending time with my husband, leading a Bible study, … Continued

Preparing the Heart for Hospitality

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When we think of the word hospitality, often we think of Pinterest-perfect tablescapes and decor, a cozy stress-free environment, or impeccably clean rooms. But that’s not it. There is so much more to hospitality than meets the eye. It’s the … Continued

What it means to be a Leading Lady Part 2

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Yesterday we look at some passages of Scripture which talked about women in the early church. We answered the questions: How were believing women in the New Testament described? What roles did they have? How did they serve the church? (Check … Continued

What it means to be a Leading Lady

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Yesterday I introduced this 31 day series, and today I’m going to be specifically identifying what a leading lady is and what examples we see in the Bible. How were believing women in the New Testament described? What roles did … Continued

31 Days of Developing as a Leading Lady

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**photo credit Catherine Timkar Hello! Welcome to A Mother’s Road blog. If you are new here, let me just quickly introduce myself. I’m Betsy, wife to Matt and mother to 2 boys under the age of 2 1/2. I’ve just … Continued

Going Dairy-free while Breastfeeding a dairy intolerant Baby

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Giving birth to my second born went so much faster than my first. And even though it was incredibly HARD work, it still was easier to get through (cause it went so fast!!). Breastfeeding was also easier, at first… (you can … Continued

Totschool has begun!!

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This has been an exciting week (for me, haha and I hope for my toddler)!! We started Totschool on Monday and we are following the themes that Kaitlyn over at has planned. We might also incorporate the Fruits of … Continued

Make Mornings Easy: Freezer Breakfast Sandwiches

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These are amazing to have in the freezer!! My husband has had a freezer breakfast sandwich every morning before work for the past 4 months. He hasn’t gotten tired of them yet.   I’ve gone with frugal rather than all … Continued

Why turning 2 is so hard…

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Ain, I love you so much. You are such a precious boy and such a wonderful gift of God to us. I want to remember your 2nd birthday party forever. We started the day with breakfast while watching Winnie the … Continued

Pumpkin Mac ‘n Cheese

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Here’s a good way to add vegetables to your toddler’s favorite meal! If your toddler is like mine, a favorite food group is starch, and he specifically likes pasta. We try not to give our kid pasta all the time, … Continued

Toddler Tuesday: Pom pom drop

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  Pom Pom Drop Toddler Activity This was a very easy to set up activity and if you don’t have pom poms, try any other lightweight circular object (marble, small ball, maybe a coin?) And who doesn’t have extra toilet … Continued

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