Author: Laura.Lee.Groves

A Summer Moment for Mom

You need those, you know, Mom. Just a moment here and there. So take one or two. The problem is, when I have one of those moments, I begin to try to figure out what God is doing. Maybe God has given Jason that artistic ability so he will one day…  Why in the world is this happening to our family?  When the boys are in kindergarten and second grade, that’s when I will … None of those thoughts is inherently bad, but we have to consider why we entertain them. What’s our motive? To figure God out? To...

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The Best of Being a Boy Mom: Seeing Your Son as a Father

Most of you are going to have to use your imaginations and fast forward a bit as you read this post, but it will pay off in the end. Sometimes as a boy mom, it’s hard to imagine the light at the end of the tunnel. The chaos and noise, the physicality and the craziness are overwhelming. I’m here to say that one day that will morph into something different—and for me, that’s been one of the best blessings of being a boy mom. Why? Because seeing your son as a father is: 1. Humbling. There is no way you...

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Facing the Future with Hope

My baby is growing, changing … and that scares me. I’m not sure I’m ready for the next phase. This is all so new to me! What will we do if this job doesn’t come through? We’re trying not to put all our eggs in one basket, but this looks like the perfect opportunity. Four years to college tuition. I don’t know how we’re going to manage it. I’m afraid to even think about it! When I think about my son going off to new school, anxiety rears its ugly head. Will he be able to manage? How can...

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How Can I Be a Confident Mother?

“Well, it seems to me that cloth diapers are the only way to go.” “We never use the time-out chair. It’s not biblical.” “I will never let my son play football. It’s just too dangerous.” You’ve probably heard them all before and could add a few to the list. Maybe you uttered one yourself and, like me, lived to take it back! With so many voices around us, how do we ever become confident mothers? So many issues, so many voices, so much information. How do we cut through the chatter and find the path that is right for...

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The Dent in My Kitchen Sink: How Imperfection Can Lead to Blessing

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Perfection and imperfection sound like complete opposites, but I’ve found that one leads to the other.

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