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Mother’s Day Gift Ideas that Don’t Cost a Dime

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Today I realized something: MOTHER’S DAY IS TOMORROW. Which would be fine and dandy and wonderful, if it didn’t come with the realization that I DIDN’T PLAN AHEAD. Two of the moms in my life (the two who are MY moms, mind you) live at a distance where, uh, this...
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My Lenten Blessing: Meet the Newest Superhero

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When I found out I was due with Baby 4 around Holy Week, I’ll admit that my first reaction was akin to, “Well. Lent is going to REALLY SUCK this year, isn’t it?” A kind and holy man in my life pointed out that I...
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Lent Inspiration, via CRS Rice Bowl Hangout

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So the title of the official press release, which is linked below, is “Prominent Catholic Bloggers To Host Lenten Google Hangout For First Time.” And I can’t help but chuckle. OK, no: I’m downright laughing. Because I am one of the bloggers involved. They needed...
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New Year, New Decade

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For the last ten years, ringing in the new year has meant something more to me than resolutions and champagne: it’s meant recognizing my own motherhood. It was on January 1, 2005 that I officially became a mother. Oh, I know I was a mother...
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What Yes Means to Me #GraceofYesDay

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Today is Grace of Yes Day, in which we celebrate the generosity that comes from saying Yes to God. I’ve learned what Yes looks like from the wonderful people I work with and live with and am related to. Today, I’d like to reflect on the...
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In Which We See #4 Close Up

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I can’t resist sharing. This never gets old. In fact, having the kids with us made it even sweeter, especially when the 3yo declared that the baby’s name shall be Linus. (Think Charlie Brown, not the second pope.) I think this baby shall still be...
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The Stirring Within

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As I was up in the wee hours of the night, holding a feverish, coughing child, I felt it. The first stirrings of movement within. This baby has been real to me for many, many weeks. And yet, there’s something about that first fluttery feeling,...
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