"If you want to bring happiness to the whole world, go home & love your family." Mother Teresa
The Bible calls ALL women to be homemakers. The home acts as a tangible location that represents a myriad of intangible truths.
Home is a place of refuge, refreshment, & rest. Home is a place of hospitality, healing, & hope. Home is a place of comfort, learning, & laughter. Home is a place of BELONGING.
A house is a home, because there is someone who makes it that way.
As homemakers we are called to extend grace, welcoming those who enter our homes with open arms & without complaint (1 Peter 4:9). Letting those who grace our doorstep know they are cherished, cared for, provided for, & deeply loved.
It is a high & holy calling.
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Hi Friends! Long time no chat.. If you don't know, I had a baby EIGHT weeks ago and have been a little preoccupied with this new business of momming 3 kids. I'd like to say I've got the hang of ... READ the POST
Homebirth. One of my very favorite things to talk about. Honestly, I love talking with people about all things motherhood, birth, & baby related.. But homebirth holds a very special place in my ... READ the POST
I look forward to making these Dried Orange Slices every holiday season. They smell amazing and add a vibrant whimsical touch to my holiday decorating. I also love how versatile they are. You can ... READ the POST
Still having a tough time wrapping my mind around the fact that Christmas is only THREE short days away! We've been "ready" with purchased gifts, etc. for weeks, but it somehow always creeps up ... READ the POST
We knew it was “possible” to get pregnant on our wedding night, but we didn’t actually think we would get that lucky on the first try! We found out we were expecting the day after arriving home ... READ the POST
Pumpkin Pie Crust 1 cup almond flour 2/3 cup tapioca flour or arrowroot powder 2 tbsp coconut flour 1/2 cup cold grass-fed butter, cut into rough chunks 1/2 tsp sea salt 1 tbsp coconut sugar 1 ... READ the POST