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Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly. If we are being completely honest here, I have been convicted of a couple things lately: my quick temper, and my nagging pessimism. These two things, together or separate, are terrible traits for a stepmother to have. Unfortunately, it has taken me nearly… Continue reading Butterflies
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I have listened thoughtfully to the argument that just because you become the wife of a man with kids, that doesn’t make you their stepmom. I even talked this through with a friend who also just so happens to be a stepfamily coach, and she admitted this is often the perspective of adult children whose father remarries later in life, or in the case of infidelity or parental alienation. She was quick to add, though, that popular opinion would still consider the woman their stepmom. In other words, just because Cinderella thought her stepmom was “evil” didn’t make her any less Cinderella’s stepmom! Bad example, I know, but you get my point.
One of my biggest priorities is making sure no stepmomma feels like she’s alone in her circumstances. I have been there. I know that many of my posts rest on the fact that you have a loving…
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About a month ago I happened upon the privilege and opportunity to review Step Parenting with Grace, by Gayla Grace, A Devotional for Blended Families. As I'm learning is a common thread with God and His impeccable timing, this fell into my lap at just the exact moment God knew that I needed it, and… Continue reading Step Parenting with Grace
I'm so glad you're here, thanks for stopping by! And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose. … Continue reading The Journey Begins