The essence of the job itself is much more than simply blogging. My daily grind consists of networking, writing, photography, promoting, editing, the list goes on.
Establishing guidelines for everyone was important to Colby and I, and Chey was open to helping us set forth a practical list of rules for teen dating.
There is some crazy amount of time and effort you must put into a marriage in order to make it happen.
I grew up around woodworking and know a thing or two about it. This made me apprehensive about building a home, but we decided to do so anyways.
I wish someone had told me the importance of a good blog name as well as how to name your blog. When it was time to for me to move to WordPress, I decided it was also time to find a better name.
When you decide to build, one of the greatest parts is the ability to create a house to fit you, your family, and your lifestyle.
From the End of the Oregon Trail to the world famous Timberline Lodge, there was plenty to see and do in Mt. Hood Territory.
There is often this misconception that men don’t clean. In fact, I often hear women complain about their husbands and how messy they are.
Our research led us to discover the sensory seeking benefits of Springfree Trampoline.
Have you ever opened your mouth and heard your mother coming out? It typically happens when you’re lecturing one of your children because of something they’ve done.
Even with an ambiance of gloom and darkness that can be found on rainy days at home, there is still sunshine found in the journey of parenthood.
Each year as Colby and I plan our conference schedule, there is one we both know we do not want to miss: Dad 2.0 Summit. As a tomboy, there is no other conference where I have felt more comfortable.
No one seems to push our buttons more than the people closest to us. They can drive us mad while, at the same time, keep us sane.
Our oldest daughter gets married in two months. Two months, Y’all! Part of me is ready to get it done and over, whereas another part of my heart sinks to think about it.
Oh how far you have come. Almost an adult in the eyes of the world, but always a baby in my mind. No matter how tall you get, how grown up you look, or how smart you become… you will forever be my baby.
I began dating my husband again that day. It wasn’t easy. We had to get to know each other again. The new person we had each become. Some good. Some bad. But, we were dedicated and we had a plan: Christ. Communication. Compromise. These three simple truths still carry us today.