Here I am, a girl in America raising three girls in America. Not surprisingly maybe, I’ve had experiences with my daughters recently in regards to beauty and it’s all just a muddled mess, really. It begins in our bathroom, getting ready for the day and Mae stands next to me as I put on make-up. … [Read more...] about How to Be a Girl in a Comparison-Driven World
We went into Victoria’s Secret the other day, my three girls and I. I never thought I would bring them there but this day, I had to. The younger two are in a double stroller and Brennan, my five-year-old, beside me. I had ordered two bras online and neither of them fit so we had to actually go … [Read more...] about raising girls in a victoria’s secret world
This body of mine has grown and stretched big to make room for these babies of ours. This body has proven its strength, its gentleness, its wild intensity, its resourcefulness as it carries me through each and every day. It has taken care of me and taken care of us and has not let me down, not a … [Read more...] about when women wear bikinis
Sometimes, I am able to get out of my little world and truly SEE things. To see the heart issue behind a moment of disobedience. To hear what Lane is actually needing from me in a moment of venting about work. To catch an unhealthy thought and throw it out before it can take root. To be grateful … [Read more...] about i am more.