To our Mother
Dear Mommy, Here we are again. Another year, a different Mother's Day.....yet, the same You. You. The one who loved us before we opened eyes on this earth. The one who covered us and protected us before anyone else had the chance. You. The one who brings light and laughter into our world. The one who speaks prosperity when failure clouds our determination. You. The one who fashioned us in a wardrobe of grace and dignity. The one who still boasts about her "babies" to every ea
Mommy Knows Best!
Four moms, at different stages of motherhood, share tips on becoming the BEST millennial mom! Whether you are expecting your first child or having trouble conceiving, these moms offer lessons learned on their journey. THE EASY-GOING EXPECTANT MOM Brooklynne Peters: mom to 2 1/2 year old Felicity Kate, a second on the way 1. Bye bye, worry! If you can keep yourself from worrying about every little thing (and there are lots of things you can choose to worry about) -- being a p
To the girls of Swaziland
Dear sis, We're back in the states! Jet lag is a beast, but we are still basking in the experiences of Johannesburg and Swaziland. There's no doubt we were captivated by the African culture and landscape, but most of all, we loved the people. Their warmth taught us immeasurable lessons about humility. While in Swaziland, we met a young lady named Nikiwe. She is 18 years old and was one of the dancers/singers who welcomed us to their village with a native Swazi performance