In order for the body to heal we must have FAITH in God. Think of the blind man, the man with leprosy, the woman bleeding for 40 years. They all had one thing in common…

And He said to him, “Stand up and go; your faith has made you well.”

Luke 17:19 NASB

And Jesus said to him, “Go; your faith has made you well.” Immediately he regained his sight and began following Him on the road.

Mark 10:52 NASB

Your faith has made you well! Faith is what they all had in common. Unfortunately, some issues we face may not be as simple as rubbing dirt in our eyes or washing ourselves in the Jordan River. Some healing requires time, dedication, and ALOT of sacrifices. The path may be covered in pot holes, but the healing destination at the end makes everything worth the while.

In my last blog post, I shared after 3.5 years we finally had an answer to my daily chronic headache, pain, muscle weakness, tightness, and tingling. An allergist did blood work finding autoimmune disease, leaky gut, and high amounts of Candida in the blood stream.

Candida is also known as thrush in the mouth, yeast infection, and diaper rash. I have this in my gut and the goal is to kill it off to cleanse my body causing my organs to work properly.

The first week was full of pot holes, DEEP pot holes. Ones that make you cringe after your tires bounce off them. The amount of Candida in my blood was flagged as super high on a scale for the average person weighing 140. Needless to say other than pregnancies I have never cleared 95. The detox has had me tripping and face planting through the pot holes.

Despite all I drag myself out of the holes, sometimes army crawling, focusing on God. I know my Faith in Him will heal me. Whatever you may be going through the same goes for you. Do not give in to the evil negative thoughts, focus on God and find strength in your faith in Him. YOU GOT THIS!!!! BECAUSE HE HAS YOU!!!!

Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

Isaiah 41:10

Even there your hand shall lead me, and your right hand shall hold me.

Psalm 139:10

The Christmas Wish

This year I felt myself praying wishing for an answer to my health problems…. After 3.5 years my wish came true!

One night can change your entire life. On July 14th of 2017 I chose to start the birth control pill. Throughout the night I woke up sweating, numb, tingling, anxious, my neck and head throbbing. These symptoms have been my leaches trying to drain all my strength and faith everyday for three and a half years.

The only way to fight off these leaches is to cling to God drawing closer to Him.

God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging.

Psalm 46:1-3

I felt like a guinea pig. The doctors thought it was just a migraine. MRI and CT Scans showed nothing. I tried several different pills and doses. All of which I told them I had to stop because my symptoms were worse and I literally felt dumb.

The brain fog was INTENSE! I strive to give my children a normal life never letting the pain get the best of me. I can not be helpless when I have four children relying on me! My husband has been amazing support, with me every step of the way. I knew they all loved and needed me, giving me the spark to stay motivated and moving. Even though they mean the world to me my strength comes from the one who gave them to me.

My main focus was God. Through prayer I would hear Him say, “My child I am with you.” I felt peace in knowing I was in my Father’s hands.

So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

Isaiah 41:10

No matter what you are going through, no matter how much pain you are in, DO NOT LET THE EVIL VOICE OF DOUBT AND ANXIETY IN YOUR HEAD TAKE OVER YOU! You are a child of God and He is always there for you. Talk to Him, vent to Him, and cling to Him; growing closer to Him and deepening your beautiful relationship with Him. You will be amazed at the strength and hope He can give you.

Seek the LORD and His strength; seek His presence continually!

1 Chronicles 16:11

He gives His toughest battles to those He knows can handle it. (Attached is one song I would jam to giving me peace. “He Said” by Group 1 Crew). My battle is far from over, but after three and half years I now have the upper hand!

Daily chronic pain, headache, tingling, fatigue, and weakness was on the winning side. However, we now have the classified information to turn this battle around! The Lord has provided us with an answer of the underlying cause to all these problems.

I did an extensive blood test, at an allergist, resulting in autoimmune disease (leaky gut). My liver and guts are not processing things properly causing junk to get into my blood stream. The junk causes cells to be inflamed damaging the neurons and neurotransmitters. This also has resulted to malnourishment and my immune system to have low white blood cells acting it self.

We are very thankful to have an answer as to what happened after our third child was born. The birth control pill I tried, was just the tipping block. My liver could not process it properly causing a severe reaction. The next step is an extensive diet to do a cleanse and more testing to figure out what form of autoimmune disease. Good health is an amazing gift from the Lord this holiday season 🙏

Mini Muffins

This morning my oldest was explaining to my son how they all have the same amount of muffins in the mini muffins pouch. He proceeded to argue with her, insisting he had five in his. Then to his disappointment he madly opened the pouch yelling, “Look there is 1…2…3…4….4!!!! Why is there only four?! Why would mom make them with only four in a bag! She needs to make them with five!”

Suddenly, I became the bad guy. Even though the amount of mini muffins was out of my control, my son was still livid with me. In his child eyes I buy the groceries, I provide the food. Therefore, I am in control of it all.

I sat there in bed pondering this, while waiting for the angry four year old to come stomping in telling me about his recent discovery. Then I discovered something amongst my thoughts, how amazing is it our Father can do all things. No task is out of His control.

Yet we often get upset with Him because what we want is not what we are given. We may feel as though some prayers go unanswered. The key is our view point, which can help change our attitude. It’s not what we want, but what God wants. His will is what matters. He can do all things yes, but He knows what is best for us and has a plan for us.

We need to have faith trusting in His reasoning. (Definitely something I myself need to work on). When we begin to view situations from His point of view, for our lives, instead of feeling anger rush over us we feel hope and peace taking over.

And He was saying, “Abba! Father! All things are possible for You; remove this cup from Me; yet not what I will, but what You will.”
Mark 14:36 NASB

And looking at them Jesus said to them, “With people this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”
Matthew 19:26 NASB


Above is a link to a mini muffin recipe so you can actually control the number of muffins your child receives haha….

Magic Wand

Bippity boppity boo!!!! Do you ever wish you had a magic wand? Goodbye dirty dishes *waves wand*, laundry put away check *waves wand*, and farwell toys all over the ground *waves wand*. Unfortunately, this is not how God created us. Through these experiences we learn and Grow.

“Worthy are You, our Lord and our God, to receive glory and honor and power; for You created all things, and because of Your will they existed, and were created.”
-Revelation 4:11 NASB

There are numerous experiences we go though we may find difficult and heart breaking leaving us to question, why? Revelations 4:11 has the answer, because of His Will. Through the hurt remember our creator has a reason why we are going through what we are. I know it is hard because we can not see what is at the finish line. However, we need to cling to faith, trusting in Him. He will be there with us every step we take towards the finish line. We know thy will be done.

Hillary Scott wrote a beautiful song called, “Thy Will”. The song is about a heart breaking time in her life. She wrote a cry to God during her struggle of losing her unborn child. I’d encourage you to listen to it, the lyrics are beautiful and strong. I have them below:

I’m so confused
I know I heard you loud and clear
So, I followed through
Somehow I ended up here
I don’t wanna think
I may never understand
That my broken heart is a part of your plan
When I try to pray
All I’ve got is hurt and these four words
Thy will be done
Thy will be done
Thy will be done
I know you’re good
But this don’t feel good right now
And I know you think
Of things I could never think about
It’s hard to count it all joy
Distracted by the noise
Just trying to make sense
Of all your promises
Sometimes I gotta stop
Remember that you’re God
And I am not
Thy will be done
Thy will be done
Thy will be done
Like a child on my knees all that comes to me is
Thy will be done
Thy will be done
Thy will
I know you see me
I know you hear me, Lord
Your plans are for me
Goodness you have in store
I know you hear me
I know you see me, Lord
Your plans are for me
Goodness you have in store
Thy will be done
Thy will be done
Thy will be done
Like a child on my knees all that comes to me is
Thy will be done
Thy will be done
Thy will be done
I know you see me
I know you hear me, Lord”
Source: Musixmatch

Furthermore, if life were easy we would skip right over all of our opportunities to learn. In the midst of all the chaos remember God created us and His will be done. He is with us every step of the way providing the strength and peace we need to over come life’s obstacles. Thy will be done.

Watch “Hillary Scott & The Scott Family – Thy Will (Official Video)” on YouTube.

Mom Fail of the Week

Stinky Cheese

Life with a newborn baby and three other children can be quite chaotic. Baby girl was taking a great nap so I decided to make a nice meal for the family.

In the midst of cooking this meal a child peed on the floor. Therefore, if you give one kid a bath they all want a bath.

I knew there was a ticking time bomb and once detonated nursing would be the only way to turn it off. So the race was on to get dinner in the oven.

Once the time had come to sit down and eat the meal I prepared, Pizza Spaghetti with pepperoni and bacon bits, something was definitely off….

My nose was filled with the smell of stinky feet. Overwhelmed I realized the mozerella I used was the smell….

Mom Fail of the Week

Dog Mom Fail… When I plant flowers and apparently put the chair pot holders in the dog’s favorite spot to lay down….

Please share your mom fail of the week! We’d love to read them!


Quarantine. How does this word make you feel when you read it? Simply amazing how powerful one word can be. The power to cause so many different emotions when you read or hear it.

When I hear this word I honestly feel saddened. We were not designed to live in quarantine without social interaction. When we feel lonely, depression can come on. Depression sucks enthusiasm out of us opening a whole other door of problems.

Our physical health and safety is important, but we need to make sure we are taking care of our mental health as well. One way I keep my mind healthy is doing devotionals, diving into the word. Facebook messenger has been another source I have used to share videos, stories, etc. With family and friends.

I honestly have been the busiest, during this quarantine, than ever. Entertaining kids has been a full time plus job. We have tried so many different craft projects, activities, and games. Unfortunately, like us the kids need interaction as well. We have made several drives just to get them out of the house. We also spend a lot of time explaining to them what is going on so they have somewhat of an understanding. Communication is the best way to be there for your children and others.

It is very important we are there for others during these times. Please share in the comments what you have been doing! We’d love to read your ideas!


How often do we as parents feel guilty when we do not get the dishes done or our kids clothes folded and put away? I know I do. My spouse has taught me and still is teaching me a very important lesson, to take moments to stop and rest.

Rest? This is often an unheard of term for parents of young ones. Especially a clean freak, perfectionist, with three kids, and a fourth one on the way. I may or may not be talking about myself…

Today I felt so nauseous and could barely keep my eyes open at church. My husband literally made me lay down and take a nap when we got home. The kids and him worked on the basement while I rested. I laid there struggling feeling guilty,q knowing a mess laid in the other room with tripping hazards all over the floor.

As I tried to relax I heard my husband’s voice in my head, “you need your rest everything else can wait. It is important you take care of yourself as well.”

Whoa what?! As much as I do not want to admit it he is right. As moms we constantly put our kids first, but if we are exhausted physically we are emotionally as well. It is natural for our minds to release feelings of anger and stress when we are exhausted. Our ability to control our emotions is lacking as well.

Let’s be honest, is better for our children when we take time to breathe. This allows us to relax our bodies, minds, and emotions. I have enjoyed reading devotionals and journaling. This is one way I have found to help me breathe. I find it gives me a chance to focus my mind on God’s beautiful peace He gives us. Please comment sharing ways you have found to help yourself relax and take a moment to breathe.

Mom Fail of the Week

My mom fail of the week makes me think of the old saying, “I wish I had eyes in the back of my head.” After our homeschool co-op I was gathering and putting everything away. I open the door to the toddler bathroom, right by me, to check on my daughter and she’s completely naked and soaked washing herself with the sink and paper towels. Then the meltdown begins because I tell her she has to get dressed after I dry her off.

Prior to this, the day before she walks in while I’m using the bathroom completely naked. I ask her why she is naked? She answers, “I’m sad.” I proceed to ask why are you sad? Her answer made me laugh so hard on the inside, “I am sad because I want to watch super wings, so I got naked.”

Apparently as a mom I have failed at stressing the importance of wearing clothes…

Please share your mom fails we’d love to read them!!!

Mom Fail of the Week

How often do we as parents think to ourselves or say to our children, what on Earth were they thinking? This is how my Sunday started…

My son had left his airplanes in the car. First thing he asked to do when he woke up was to go get his airplanes. I of course told him yes. Next thing I know my oldest daughter is yelling, “Mom he’s peeing on the basement floor!” Completely shocked I ran down and asked him, “Why on Earth did you go to the bathroom on the floor?!” To which he answered, “I didn’t know if we had a bathroom in the basement.” Which we always have. I did not even think about the fact he had not gone to the bathroom since waking up.

Apparently I now have my two year old daughter potty trained, but have to revisit the subject with my three year old son.