You’re nervous, I know. Your baby is still unpredictable. Sometimes she sleeps for 2 hours, but sometimes it’s only 15 minutes and she wakes up screaming.
He went 3 hours without eating the other day, but other times, he’s hungry every 30 minutes. “I don’t want to feed him all during church,” you’ve said. You’re scared to feed with all those people around (“what if she pulls the blanket off?”), but you don’t want to be exiled to the nursery, either.
And on that note, there are so many people around. What if he gets sick? His immune system is still so new. Or what if her diaper leaks and I don’t realize it before it’s too late? Do I need to take a change of clothes for me, too?
What if he cries? What if she screams? Should I just leave him in the nursery? Will people judge me if I bring her into the sanctuary? How do I take care of a newborn in church?
This post is sponsored by Whole Life Wellness. I was compensated for this post, but all opinions are mine alone.
In the past few years, living a healthy lifestyle has become a part of who I am. I workout. I eat right. I persevere in my faith. I use products that promote my health. All of these are a part of my journey to health and wellness, bu it’s not easy. It wasn’t easy to start, and it’s not easy to continue. Thankfully, there is help available! A health and wellness coach is someone that can help give you a jump start on your journey to wellness. Today, we’re talking to Emily, a health and wellness coach and founder of Whole Life Wellness. Keep reading to find out if a health and wellness coach is right for you.
This post is sponsored by Happy Little Camper. I was compensated for this post, but all opinions are mine alone.
When it comes to our babies, we want nothing but the best, right? We want the safest car seats, the smartest doctors, the highest-rated schools. Yet when it comes to baby products such as lotions, shampoos, and wipes, we tend to buy what’s most popular or the ones we’ve heard the most about. Yet these products are the ones that are coming in direct contact with your sweet little one’s skin, so shouldn’t you want the best of them, as well? You should, and I’m a firm believer that natural baby products are the best.
I’ve always been an avid reader, and once I became pregnant, I knew that I wanted to focus on reading books that would prepare me for childbirth and parenthood. However, I also wanted to spend most of my time on books that would do so from a Christian perspective. These books touched my heart deeply as they revealed God’s heart for pregnancy, childbirth, and parenthood, and I know that they’ll touch your heart, as well. Keep reading as I share with you my top3 life-changing books for the Christian mom-to-be.
Ah, grocery shopping. It’s one of the most despised tasks in most families, because it means screaming kids and spending money that you just don’t have. While I can’t help out with the former (sorry, mama), I can offer some suggestions for the latter. Over the past few years, through some trial and error, I have learned how to grocery shop effectively and spend my money in the wisest way possible. To try to save you some financial heartache, I now want to offer you my top solutions for how to grocery shop: on a budget!
In April 2016, Target came out with a controversial policy that allowed transgender individuals to use the restroom and fitting room of the gender that they identify with. Millions of Christians were outraged, signed petitions, and boycotted Target. I was one of those. A few months later, many of these people returned to Target when the store began installing family restrooms. I was not one of those. I believe that this issue goes deeper than just having a private restroom to use, and I want to explore that together. Let me share with you why I’m still boycotting Target (a year later).
Easter is a beautiful time to focus solely on Christ and what He has done for us. He came as a man, died on a cross, and rose from the dead 3 days later to redeem us. Without Christ, we are dead in our sins, eternally condemned.
But by the grace of God, with Christ, we are free, loved, and made alive again, just as He was. He deserves our praise, adoration, and worship.