3 scriptures on self worth

Sometimes I like to reread previous journal entries. I don’t know why, sometimes I like to see my growth, somedays, as morbid as it may seem, I even want to relive my grief. For some reason I find it healing and therapeutic. The other day I was reading a journal entry from a few years ago. It was right after I had two back to back pregnancy losses. It was a journal in which I was writing a letter to[Read more]

A New Year’s devotional for the grieving heart

Since losing our son in 2018, New Year’s is always a sad time for me. It’s sad because I remember in those deep heavy first few months of grief, it felt like I was getting further and further away from him. Like time was moving on and I was willing it to stop and take me back to a moment when he was alive. For the past few years I have journaled either right before the New Year or a[Read more]

3 Places to see Christmas lights for free in San Antonio

I love the Christmas season and although this year has been a bit different due to Covid, we are still trying to make the best of it for our girls. We have been going to see Christmas lights throughout the city and I thought I would share some of the places that we have been able to see Christmas lights for free! The City of Windcrest This neighborhood has been known for their Christmas light displays for years! My family[Read more]

3 messages for the grieving mama

  Grief is heavy, it is exhausting, it is unpredictable. I think the unpredictability of it is probably the scariest part. You could feel okay one moment and the next you feel the weight of it as heavy as it was the day it began.  Whether you are grieving your child, like I am. Your parent, grandparent, sibling, a family member, or a friend, I am so sorry that you came across this page. Here are a few lessons I’ve[Read more]

3 Reasons Why I love teaching with Gogokid

      I have been teaching with Gogokid for a little over two weeks now and I am absolutely loving it. I have seen companies like Gogokid for a while now and always filed them in the back of my mind for future reference. I have been interested in online jobs since I became a stay at home mom but I have just been so unsure about them or just thought “I would never be hired for a job like[Read more]

Mommy and Me Date Ideas

  My oldest just turned 5 and she loves mommy and me date time now more than ever. She has recently started asking for more mommy time. I think this past year she has really noticed how my time is so divided between her, her sister, and daddy.  I try to utilize our time well, though sometimes it’s not so easy. In preparation for kindergarten next year, I’ve started weaning her from her nap time. I still make her lay[Read more]

3 Ways to Encourage Sibling Bonds

I have three older brothers, and when I say older I mean way older. The closest one in age is 9 years away from me. The farthest in age is 18 years. When he was about to graduate high school, I was born! So i did not really get to grow up with my brothers. Two of my three brothers were already out of the house by the time I could actually form memories haha. So I basically grew up[Read more]

4 ways to honor your angel baby on your due date

You should be here, here in my arms. Crying, sneezing, hiccuping. Smelling of that all too familiar newborn smell. Wrapped in a white, pink, and blue blanket; nestled in my chest. You should be here, searching for me; knowing my smell. Instead, I’m here searching for you. Everywhere. Anywhere. Just to get a glimpse of you; to feel your presence. In the morning glow, the afternoon sunshine, the evening breeze. I search for you everywhere; in every thing. And I[Read more]

5 Activities For Indoor Play

As a stay at home mama to 2 energetic little girls, sometimes my internal battle is: should I just let the kids binge watch Netflix all day? Or should we actually do something productive to stimulate their little minds? I can proudly say that we save those Netflix binge days for sick days or “mental health” recharge days for mama. Haha Sometimes being at home with young kids all day, who need that sensory stimulation, can be exhausting. And sometimes[Read more]