Tag Archives | Motherhood

Momming (is) So Hard

I debated whether or not to specifically address moms in this article, but I have for two reasons. One, I am a mom of four (soon-to-be-five) kids, so it’s what I know. Two, there is something unique and special about a mother’s love for her children. So, moms, this is for us. I believe that a mother’s nurturing, strong, protective spirit enables children to feel loved. It is this love that helps our children flourish, even from an early age. […]

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A Mom of Four and Her Road to Recovery

My wife, Liz, is an amazing mom to our four children. We’ve walked through a challenging season with her health that has proven to be both humbling and empowering. As you read her story, we hope it will be both humbling and empowering for you as well. In the fall of 2011, I gave birth to identical twins boys. Despite being born six-weeks early, each weighed six pounds. I knew that pregnancy had done a number on my body, but […]

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Monday Matters: Are You Centered?

Welcome to another edition of Monday Matters! This week we get to hear from none other than my wife, Liz. She came to me the other day, out of the blue, and said that she had written something while the boys napped.  I thought it would be a great benefit to those of you going through any challenging time, trying to grab perspective on your circumstances; especially if you have small children! I’m so incredibly grateful for her and you’ll see […]

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