Today’s a new day! Make the best of it. 💕
This is currently my household motto. It started as us telling our two year old to be brave and do things he’s scared of (because obviously he was safe with us) like swimming under water at swimming lessons, and then I decided I needed to take my own advice in several areas of my life. Luckily, with God on our side we don’t have to do it alone, but we do sometimes need to do things that scare us. So, here’s to being scared and doing it anyway!
Pretty lofty goal, huh?
Even as a stay-at-home mom, the transition from weekends to weekdays is rough. I always thought when I quit my job to stay home every day would feel like a Saturday 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😭
…abundance of salvation, wisdom, and knowledge.
This is a different version of a custom print someone asked me to make recently. I really love the verse and it’s a great reminder for this crazy, unstable time. 💕
So true! Except I’m not working out these days and I can’t eat donuts anymore (baby has a dairy allergy). 😂😭🍩💪🏼
Nothing ruins your Friday more than realizing it’s only Thursday.
I found this old piece while cleaning out my craft room today and it was super relevant for #quarantinelife
Most of the time my toddler says really ridiculous things but occasionally he says something that actually sounds like good advice – like yesterday when he looked at me and my husband and said “Don’t forget to be happy.” I think we could all use that reminder these days! 💕
Hang in there, friends. Last week was hard for a lot of us but tomorrow starts a fresh, new week. ✨
Help! Paw Patrol is taking over my life these days and I find myself saying things like “I’m ready for a ruff ruff rescue” and “no job is too big, no pup is too small” way more than I’d like to admit. Can anyone else relate? No? Just me? 😬😂