I don’t know how I used to do it. Do what, you ask? Blogging. Regular blogging. Amidst the raising of small children and the daily demands of wife/mother/friend/personhood, I also managed to write blog posts three times each week. Monday, Wednesday, Friday, like clockwork. I rarely… Continue Reading…I don’t know how I used to do it
Confession: I restarted one of my daily sketches. I told myself I wouldn’t start over. If the shading was weird or proportions not quite right I just wouldn’t worry about it and remember that this daily practice is for PRACTICE. Up until this sketch, there has… Continue Reading…Lesson learned.
Today is Audrey’s 9th birthday. I started blogging 10 years ago right before getting pregnant with our sweet girl. I was a stationery designer who worked very part-time from home while raising my three adorable little boys. Blogging was new-ish and not only did it… Continue Reading…Happy 9th Birthday Audrey Girl
When I was little and daydreamed about my future family, I imagined having four girls. I am the middle of three girls and have always been pretty girly. I grew up dancing ballet, playing house and doing makeovers with my sisters. I nannied for a… Continue Reading…Being a mom of teenage boys
Three things happened back-to-back that changed the trajectory of my bible-reading life (and my whole life, actually). It first started with a post I wrote last year about morning devotional books I liked. I am not a morning person and yet I saw the value… Continue Reading…Project 89 – a Gospel reading plan that has transformed my life
This little series called Five Things Friday is something I’ve been doing every once in a while over on Instagram. Just five things I’m thinking about or things that made my week or caught my attention or that I feel like sharing. I’ve been thinking a… Continue Reading…Five Things Friday
The week between Christmas and New Year’s is one of my favorites. Of course we love Christmas and all the days and events leading up to it. Baking, cleaning, wrapping, waiting. And then Christmas comes and it is all about family. Cousins, grandmas and grandpas,… Continue Reading…that magical week between Christmas and New Years