Men matter too


Sometimes, our husbands go through things they don't want to share. Maybe they are embarrassed, maybe they don't want to burden us. But our husbands go through trials/issues/hurts they need help with. We can not assume only women have trials. That since they are men, they don't need help. False. • Being that Chris and… Continue reading Men matter too

Letting our husband lead & putting our prideful know it all attitude aside


"Trust me, it's now or never," said my husband. Anyone else a strong willed woman reading this? I am. Many times it can get me in trouble when it comes to letting my husband lead. Woman's intuition!  I preach at him. Disregarding his role as the leader, a position given by our Lord God. Woman's… Continue reading Letting our husband lead & putting our prideful know it all attitude aside

Why, “how did you convince your husband to a homebirth?” question makes me sad.


I’m Christian, and I love Jesus. I believe men are the head of the home and should be respected. I also believe that the wife has just as much saying as the husband, that God gave us, women natural instincts on what we should do during pregnancy, labor and post-baby. Though sadly many are losing… Continue reading Why, “how did you convince your husband to a homebirth?” question makes me sad.

Letting go and letting Dad 


Ladies, am I the only one? Am I the only one who believes they are just a tab bit more of a parent than their husband because they are with the kids all day? Do you tend to interrupt your husband when he's being... a parent? Do you find yourself playing mommy to your husband?… Continue reading Letting go and letting Dad 

Midnight prayers 


Because I'm a creep, I was watching my husband sleep and I started to pray over him.  Anyone else do this?  Many times when I can't sleep in the middle of the night, I say "ok Lord, I'll pray" and I pray over my husband and children.  But I want to focus on our husbands… Continue reading Midnight prayers 

A gift you can give your husband everyday, that won’t cost you a thing 


The happiness of married life depends upon  small sacrifices with readiness and cheerfulness.               - John selden  When was the last time you selflessly did something for your husband?  Every wife (especially if she's a believer) should make it part of her day to serve her home but not only… Continue reading A gift you can give your husband everyday, that won’t cost you a thing 

Dear younger Ana


There are so many things I've learned in just a short amount of time about marriage. The first three years (I was 16) or so I strayed from my walk with God and it wasn't until I was 19 that I returned to Jesus, but for years I struggled to follow Jesus after that and… Continue reading Dear younger Ana

When “helping” and “nagging” collide. 


Ladies... How many times have you, instead of sitting down to talk to your husband do you nag him about his decisions? Or what he's doing? Maybe your hubby plays to much on his phone? Maybe he doesn't show care for certain parts of his life?   Am I the only wife that messes up?… Continue reading When “helping” and “nagging” collide. 

Why I chose to love my husband at 16. 


We recently had family over from South America for my little sisters wedding.  As I got to know my now brother in law's family they got to know my story of how I got married at 16 to a boy I hardly knew.  As we spoke one of his family members said, " you must… Continue reading Why I chose to love my husband at 16. 

One way I choose to respect my husband. 


I was talking to a parent outside of the school, waiting for our children to come out and we had talked before in many occasions so we were pretty open to talk. The conversations were flat and pretty "normal". "How are you", "how is work", "what are your plans for today", pretty normal questions that… Continue reading One way I choose to respect my husband.