I’m Catholic and I’m Angry, But I’m Not Leaving

My church feels like it’s imploding but I’m not leaving. I’m not staying because it’s all I know and it’s comfortable. (Believe me, it does not feel comfortable to be Catholic right now). I’m not staying because my parents are Catholic and I don’t want to disappoint them.  I’m not staying because I think this…Continue Reading “I’m Catholic and I’m Angry, But I’m Not Leaving”

How Pictures Of Our Struggles Can Help Us Appreciate the Victories

This morning I got caught up looking at pictures of my kids when they were babies. I was looking for a picture of the chaos that was my day to day with a three year old and triplet newborns to use in another article I’m working on. What should have been a few moments on…Continue Reading “How Pictures Of Our Struggles Can Help Us Appreciate the Victories”

If You Can’t Get Off Social Media, At Least Fill Your Feed With The Good Stuff

I have a love/hate relationship with social media. I on it waaaay more than I’ll actually admit to. It feels like a quick way to fill in gaps in my day. Waiting for kids at sports? Hop on Facebook. Sitting in the lobby waiting to pick up kids from school? Check out my Instagram feed….Continue Reading “If You Can’t Get Off Social Media, At Least Fill Your Feed With The Good Stuff”

Moms, We May Not Deserve a Trip to Europe, But Here’s What We Do Deserve

A few weeks ago my dear friend’s husband surprised her with a trip to Europe! I mean, what a guy, right ladies? I was so happy for her (and truthfully, a little jealous too!) We caught up when she got back she told me that another friend told her she deserved the trip. The word…Continue Reading “Moms, We May Not Deserve a Trip to Europe, But Here’s What We Do Deserve”