Click Here to Buy: Special Needs Special Life – 3 Keys to Conquer and Experience Peace while Parenting Special Needs Kids

 “I distinctly remember one evening, Emma was about three months old, I was taking a bath with one hand on my baby’s crib next to me on the floor, to regain some sanity. By then I was in a serious sleep deprived and defeated state. Nothing seemed to help to calm her down. She wasContinue reading “Click Here to Buy: Special Needs Special Life – 3 Keys to Conquer and Experience Peace while Parenting Special Needs Kids”

His Mercies are New Every Morning

These words bring tremendous relief to me in this current season of my life For the past few weeks I have developed a strong hunger for God and the way He works. It is as if my dependence on Him got elevated, and my control freakishness deflated. My character stays a constant “work in progress”,Continue reading “His Mercies are New Every Morning”

The Power of Simplicity in 2020

In my daily life I usually have this constant longing for open spaces, freedom and quiet places. There could be a few reasons for this.  I have a substantial overactive mind, always thinking of projects, plans and ideas  I am a busy mom, with three busy children and all the tasks do not seize to Continue reading “The Power of Simplicity in 2020”

Just Being The Parent

What if I just focus on being the parent more, instead of doing all the parenting things?  Can I just stand in the mothering position and acknowledge this is my place instead of trying to earn it more … day by day. We have been created human BEINGS.  In a world where DOING is theContinue reading “Just Being The Parent”

Why can’t we stay connected anymore?

Our world is packed with connection technology but it’s getting harder and harder to connect meaningfully with each other.  Are you feeling it? Can you see it? We work on our laptops, our cell phones, we drift around on the internet, with way too many things to see and no time to look at it. OurContinue reading “Why can’t we stay connected anymore?”

Guest Writer: Elmari Dreyer – When Your Grandchild Has Special Needs

I have three grandchildren of my own with special needs. For me it always was a dream to be a grandmother.  When my children were grown-up and got married, I could not wait for them to have kids so that I could become a granny.  I love babies and was always good with toddlers andContinue reading “Guest Writer: Elmari Dreyer – When Your Grandchild Has Special Needs”

Can you remember that girl? Part 2 … and the Tattoo

Eight months have passed since I posted “Can you remember that girl?”  As I read the blog post for the first time again tonight I realized; even in these eight months, I have changed. To remember that girl takes courage.  It might be easier to just admit that I have changed. It is definitely easierContinue reading “Can you remember that girl? Part 2 … and the Tattoo”

Can you remember that girl? Part 1

I had a specific flavor about me in the years before family life took hold of me. My zest for life was overwhelming. My dreams of the future, limitless. Creativity has always been just beside me in everything I did. It ranged from having a different routine every day to always making a birthday card,Continue reading “Can you remember that girl? Part 1”

Dear Parent, Burnout Can Do More Harm Than Frequent Breaks Ever Will

I can remember so clearly the early years of parenthood, those times when I was on the brink of breaking down. I could very faintly feel the exhaustion setting in more and more, my patience very thin with the kids and emotions flying everywhere about the smallest issues. It was then when I knew thatContinue reading “Dear Parent, Burnout Can Do More Harm Than Frequent Breaks Ever Will”

How writing has always grounded me

On the best and worst of my days my head is almost always buzzing with a peculiar mixture of activity.  The activity entertains ideas, to-do lists, impressions, emotions, words, songs and strategies. Reading that explanation of my mind activities here, is a bit disturbing, but I have realized that much of what I, or anyContinue reading “How writing has always grounded me”