Sweet Southern Advice

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Summertime Screen Time… How much is too much? – with Sherry Lloyd www.sweetsouthernadvice.com Technology, what a great thing, right? How many times have you said to yourself, “What on earth would I do without my smart phone?” Or maybe something like, “It would be hard to imagine life without computers and tablets!” In the business […]

Dear Fellow Mom of Littles,

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Hi, my name is Mandy.  Even though I don’t know you, I feel like we have a lot in common. I recognized that tired look in your eyes across the dining room at our local Chick-fil-a.  Your eyes said what a lot of our eyes say — that this motherhood journey, though full of joy, […]

A Mother’s Love

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Story by: Brandi Rushton ADAPT. Meaning, to make suitable to requirements or conditions; adjust or modify fittingly. When asked to define my life thus far, this is the word I would use. It’s a word that seems so easy to understand, but is actually complex in it’s meaning–and, for our story, this is the word […]

Meet Carson

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by: Jessica Ponge On July 17, 2011, our son Carson was born. We had two little girls already, so we truly felt that he was here to make our family complete. Of course, as anyone who has had girls first will tell you, we were fairly unprepared for how rambunctious — and fun — he […]

Dad’s View: Blinders

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with Ben Lacy Ah,  spring is upon us!  The white stuff is gone, we can all feel our toes again, and the tikes are begging for first dibs and dips in 60 degree pool water.  It’s time for sun tans, ceiling fans, and trips in minivans. Spring is also the primo time of year for […]

Praying for Peace

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Story by: Silvy Kehrli  / Photo by: Ever After Photography On Christmas Day, 2014, my husband, James, and I joyfully shared with our families that we were expecting a new baby in August of 2015.  Although I was only 8 weeks along and had not heard the heartbeat yet, I was so excited that I couldn’t […]

God-Living with Chronic Illness

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by: Laurie Miller I will never forget the day my daughter turned four years old — it is the day pain and fatigue descended upon me like a wet blanket.  Before that day I was an “all in” mom—active in mommy groups, taking my two preschoolers to all kinds of fun activities, and loving every […]

Dalai Mama : Mom — Off the Clock

Deep thoughts (well not that deep) on life as a mom, wife, and transplant in NWA MOM — OFF THE CLOCK. Baths have been given, teeth have been brushed, bedtime negotiations have concluded, and the kids are drifting off to dreamland. FREEDOM! Sure, the dishes still need to be washed, lunches made, and the wet […]

Rituals of Life: Meet Evie

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Every month Eva interviews someone from NWA about family routines and rituals. This month, Evie Comfort shares her story. Evie rescues cats and dogs in need and cleans houses for a living. She studies the arts at NWACC and will soon graduate with Honors! There’s a good chance her story about rescuing animals will be […]