Category Archives: Quiverfull

Feathers in the Wind

There is an old Jewish proverb that tells of a man who went around slandering his Rabbi to all of his townspeople.  One day, realizing that what he was doing was wrong, he went to the Rabbi’s house and begged … Continue reading

Posted in Consecration, Criticism, Daybook, Femininity and Womanhood, Forgiveness, Love, Modesty, Parenting, PERSONAL, Quiverfull, Raising Children Discipline/Discipleship | 5 Comments

Do I REALLY want more kids?

Recently, my husband and I have come to understand that everything commanded in scripture is a temporary representation of something eternal.  (For more on this, see my husband’s recent blog post on the subject.)  Earlier today, while making faces with … Continue reading

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The Twelve Days of a Large Family Christmas

A friend of mine posted this video on facebook, and I thought it was great!  We hear at least one of these comments/questions every time we go out anywhere as a family.  Very cute!

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Sunday Linkage

Last week, I spent most of my time going through the archives of Mrs. Anna T’s beautiful blog, Domestic Felicity. Here are a few of the many wonderful articles I found there. No Individual Attention? Answering Objections Against Large Families … Continue reading

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The "Me Time" Myth

I found a beautiful article at homeschoolblogger.com that really touched me.  In it, she exposes the myth that women *need* time away from their children and husbands in order to “refuel” ourselves. She points out how this kind of mentality only leaves us … Continue reading

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