I’ve spent most of my adult life as a Christian having “morning prayer time” as a “that’d be really nice’ kind of goal, but it was a goal that always felt like a dream that I’d get to…someday. I’ll start that when that baby sleeps through the night. I’ll start when things aren’t so stressful. I’ll start when the kids are older. I’ll start when I’m stronger
This episode has been a long time in coming! Meet my husband, Michael, the main reason why I’m able to have a blogging and podcasting ministry at all. I think you’ll enjoy this episode where I ask Michael to tell some of our story from his perspective, and we both share what marriage, faith, and the ups and downs of life have looked like for us so far.
We had our new home enthroned to the Sacred Heart of Jesus a couple of weeks ago. It was a such a wonderful and special moment for my family. Especially for me. So what does it mean to have your home “enthroned”? It’s a funny-sounding term that basically means that your family formally invites Christ to come into your hearts and home. You recognize Jesus as your
This post has been readers’ all-time favorite marriage post on Humble Handmaid, so I refreshed the post for you and decided to link up with CatholicMommyBlogs.com for World Marriage Day 2016, which happens to fall on Valentine’s Day this year. Head over here to check out many other marriage posts from top Catholic mom bloggers. * * * * * In our own time, in a world alien
David and Kate Dawson have been good friends of mine for years. My husband Michael and I met them at camp the same summer that we met one another, and the rest is history. Eight children and many job changes and family moves between us later, our two families finally live in the same state. (And within about an hour of one another. Close enough.:) David is the Director
Kate Dawson is kind of the reason my marriage is doing okay right now. Just kidding. But only a little bit kidding. Kate is a stay-at-home mother of five, she blogs at Day to Day Dawsons, and she is a happy wife to husband David. Kate and David are responsible for bringing the Domestic Church movement for Catholic married couples to the United States, where their