The garden feels about to burst. And as I hold my 1-year-old daughter and walk on the raised stones to our home sweet home I hope I always remember the sweet feeling of— Green Fables this week🌼💓 Ben coming home, the days getting longer, surprise coffee waiting in the fridge, floral postage stamps, and all… Continue reading A Frenzy of Garden & Pancake Pie (life these days)
Tag: motherhood poems
Can I Trust God with My Happiness?
I don't know how to trust God with my joy. That's been the disjointed song of my heart for the past several years. When I saw those two pink lines for the first time, I just laughed on the bathroom floor. And I loved how God was with me in it. Following that initial burst… Continue reading Can I Trust God with My Happiness?
The Desert Sky, Flowers, and the 4th Trimester
I smile at Heidi who smiles at me with her whole face. I love how she talks with such gusto, concentration, and effort. taken in the first 6 weeks of Heidi's life, not quite in the deep thick of it, but still in the very messy stages. this is pre-bloom. WE ARE BLOOMING NOW😍 I… Continue reading The Desert Sky, Flowers, and the 4th Trimester
To Moms of Tiny Artists
Art in the Thick of It, Poem🎨💓 "I don't make art anymore." But I watched her for a day. November 2021 in the garden with my eldest, my firstborn, my boy!! She smiled at the morning and then paved a way. She made room for their messes, imaginations soar. She helped them make sense of… Continue reading To Moms of Tiny Artists