Because we know we're better together.

We believe in the beauty of home.


Becoming a mom is a major life change.  For many of us, motherhood looms as the most important thing we've ever done, as well as the thing we feel least prepared for.  Tiny fingers curl around ours, big blueberry eyes stare deep, and our hearts are lost forever.

Sometimes, we find ourselves feeling alone and isolated.  And in our insecurity, we may hesitate to reach out beyond our own seemingly busy, chaotic, crazy walls.

Sally Clarkson says this about it in her book, Desperate:

"Going it alone, is without a doubt, one of the most common and effective strategies that satan uses to discourage moms. A woman alone in her home with her ideals eventually wears down and becomes a perfect target for satan to discourage."

So a long time ago, I decided that wasn't acceptable--and if I was a target, I'd better not be alone.  When I reached out, I found there were plenty of women who felt the same way.  Book clubs, Bible studies, and playdates ensued, and for a decade these ladies have walked together through thick and thin. We've stayed up giving bottles to multiple newborns together, tutored each others' children, and wrestled through applying the scriptures to our lives. 

Between us, we have more than forty children and 169 years of parenting experience.  (Which is amazing, because we're only 24 years old! Just kidding ...) And now we want to invite you in.

Join us as we talk recipes and readalouds and foster care and scripture and marriage and all the myriad things that make up our lives.  It's better when we do this mothering thing together!