It's been about 27 months since I had a baby. (Can I still count that in months?) Within weeks after birth, I was that annoying girl, back in my old everything. Skinny again and proud of it. My tummy wasn't toned, but since it wasn't protruding or hanging out or acting otherwise inappropriate, I didn't … Continue reading I want my old tummy back, please.
[This post is published at Live Action News.]In Portland, Oregon, in 1981, just eight short years after Roe vs. Wade passed, I was born to two fervent pro-life activists. Our home was the headquarters of traditional yet uncompromising pro-life advocacy. My father and his friend vigilantly interviewed those running for office and published the Voter's Guide for … Continue reading Five tenets of a pro-life advocate
[Pregnant or think you might be? Visit the resource listing on this site for help.] I wanted to wait to have children. I was terrified I was going to be one of those girls who got pregnant immediately after getting married. But it wasn't long after I wed my knight in shining armor that I … Continue reading How To Know You’re Not Pregnant
Sarah and her #2, GigiThis week we hear from our most experienced mom yet, Sarah Madgwick, a mom of three - and almost four - with somewhere around 11 or 12 (combined) years of mommyhood wisdom. Sarah and I know each other from church, and even though our children haven't spent considerable time together (yet), I … Continue reading You Know You’re a Mom Monday