Am I grateful in all things? Or just the good?

by Kylie White So this month as a family we are focusing our conversations around GRATITUDE. Christmas is not here yet! Poor little November and Thanksgiving. Always gets leap frogged. As I “teach” my kids about gratitude, the more I really dig in, I realize gratitude is getting messier as I grow deeper in my […]

How Africa Changed My Children

by Kylie White Y’all.  Life is busy. I get it. I have a 4, 6, 7, and 9 year old. Two different schools, two different pickup times, two different sports, 4 different personalities that all have different demands from my husband and I. My to-do list rolls over each month as things get un-done, and I […]

Forgiveness Starts With Me

  by Kylie   I’ve read the books, I’ve tried to puppeteer the apologetic conversations between my kids after a conflict, I’ve explained until my face is blue about the importance of forgiveness and how we have been forgiven much. But even though my kids were saying the right words after the fight, it is […]

Real Deal – Meet Kylie White

I want you to meet my friends, the contributors of this blog. They are the real deal. I didn’t ask them to be on here because they have the biggest following or the biggest book deals – I asked them because they are the real deal. Enjoy meeting Kylie today! – Courtney What advice would […]

A God-Sized Story

How long is your to do list? I can’t tell you how many diapers I have changed today, or dishes cleaned, or snacks and meals prepared. My life is full of to dos and monotony to some extent. It’s not that glamorous. Many days I feel like they all blur together and I feel a […]

My Oldest, Her Burden

I’m not much of a New Year’s resolution person. Otherwise I’ll have a laundry list of “to do’s” and “to do betters” at the beginning of the year that overwhelm me and make me not even want to get started. However I am a goal setter and a planner. If I make that list of […]

A Mom’s Heart On Race

  Today I’m tackling a big one, a sensitive one, a hot button topic. Race. We are one generation removed from segregation, Two generations removed from “The help” and a few more removed from all out slavery.  I think our “forward thinking generation” thinks we are beyond the days of racism, slavery, and MLK. As a […]