I think since becoming a mom....I've noticed something. Something in the world of moms that I don't like.

Facebook, and social media have allowed many to complain, have a pity party, worry, compare (the worst!!!), judge, envy, etc.

With the growing technological word we all have this crazy desire to know whats going on, and to make sure everyone knows whats going on--whether it should be posted or not---and it all happens with the click of a button. I'm not sure I would have Facebook if it weren't for advertising purposes for my business, or for the sake of relatives across state and in other countries who want to hear about Ethan. Other than that....it's sort of ridiculous.

I've been frustrated with how negative people are. No one thinks anymore--no one thinks about what they say, how it will come across, or dare to even think of what the motive of their hearts or purpose of posting/saying certain things is.

I've been reading a new book: "Respectful Sins: Confronting the Sins We Tolerate" by Jerry Bridges.

Can't put it down. So convicting and so good. Go read it, please! I'm only in chapter 3, but so far, it has dealt with the things I've been thinking about lately.

Anyway...that's what I've been thinking lately. My hubby is probably the only one who will appreciate this since I have a hard time articulating whats on my mind when he asks me too. ;)

Until next time--


  1. Yes, get it lyd! I bet you could order it online and have it shipped to you?

  2. I know exactly how you feel! I don't think I would be on Facebook, if it wasn't for how split up my family is. :/ I'm happy I'm on it, but only because I like updates from my family and friends. :)