Why I chose no drugs in childbirth
In response to my previous blog post, a good friend of mine, who is an anaesthetist, asked what my reason behind not taking pain medication or having an epidural when giving birth was? I have nothing against epidurals at all and in fact with Mila I asked for one. What happened was, it failed dismally.…
Three things to do when waiting to give birth
For those who are pregnant or about to give birth, may you be encouraged and remain calm…
A love letter to my daughter
It’s Mila’s fourth birthday and I felt compelled to write her a letter that she will one day read. It’s a letter from me revealing to her the heart of God toward her. The words used are all based on scriptural promises God has made. These are listed in the tags below. Be free to…
Mom: A Toast To The Perfect You
It’s Mothers Day in South Africa today, Happy Mothers day to all the beautiful mom’s reading this blog! As I sat down to write my beautiful mother a card, a myriad of thoughts surrounding the woman that I desire to be started to flood my mind. I began to think about the verse in the bible that speaks about “The…
Lemon cake and the love language of quality time.
Inspired by Gary Chapman’s book ” The Five Love Languages” I am inspired to bake with my little ones once a week as an attempt to fill their “little love tanks” with one on one affection.
To “three”, or not to “three”, that is the question-
The choice of whether or not to have more children in a world consumed by darkness was the catalyst for my thinking about how I will choose to go forward. Will we disappear in the dark of negative speech and be overwhelmed, or will we arise and shine?