The Family Transmits God’s Love to the World


Catholic Church, faith, Family, I believe

My heart swells with love of God, my Catholic Faith, and especially my love for The Family. The Family is the most beautiful of all God’s creations. It’s not just a man-made “institution” or “unit” of society. The Family is a living, breathing, organism. The Family is everything. Without The Family, none of us would be here. I loved, […]

October 4, 2015

Super Blood Moon Adventure {Pictures!}


Astronomy, Family, Photography, Random

This past Sunday our family went out to the country to watch the moon turn red as the earth’s shadow eclipsed it. We ate an early dinner, had everyone shower, brush teeth, make lunches and get school stuff ready for the next day. We grabbed our sleeping bags, pillows, and made sure everyone used the […]

September 29, 2015

Drowning in Busy and Families w Special Needs


CatholicMom.com, CM Hangout, Family

Is it Wednesday already again? I don’t know how this keeps happening. A week passes by like a day anymore. I’ve been having fun and spending more of my online time over at CatholicMom.com lately. I feel like my blog is giving me puppy dog eyes wondering if I’ve abandoned it? I’ll come back to […]

September 23, 2015

The Choice of the Family {A Book Review}


**Give-away**, Book Review, Books, Family, Marriage

Hello and welcome to today’s blog tour stop for Image Catholic Books Blog Tour of Bishop Jean Lafitte’s new book, The Choice of the Family: A Call to Wholeness, Abundant Life, and Enduring Happiness, which releases September 1. The Choice of the Family is a profound reflection on the dignity and essence of marriage, sexuality, family, God, and love. […]

August 30, 2015

What NBC’s Parenthood Show Taught me about Love {No Major Spoilers}


faith, Family, Life, Marriage, motherhood, parenting, Random

  {I tried hard to use general examples from the show so there aren’t any major spoilers as long as you know the basics.} Six years ago my husband and I started watching NBC’s Parenthood show and last week we watched the last curtain close. Not to get all sentimental and silly but I’m really […]

February 1, 2015