Karla - Comparison is the Thief of Joy

Past experiences can knock us down and negatively impact our confidence. Karla talks about how she has learned to be more confident in her own parenting by “looking up” and trusting the promise that she would know how to best serve her family.


Raising her children after her mother passed away can be lonely and difficult, but Keilani relies on the lessons learned from her angel mother to help her be the best mother she can be.

Aubrey - Home Needs to be a Sanctuary

As soon as life was beginning to return back to normal, Aubrey felt strongly that it was time to have another baby. It was not in her plans, and it was more than she could handle at this stage in her life. She was in a good place, and history had shown that she was left in a dark place after childbirth. She refused to accept the promptings, to the extent that she did not even tell her husband about the feelings that she was having.


Needless to say, she was terrified. This is not something that she felt like she could handle. For the longest time, she refused to accept that this was her new reality. She was having a hard time with it. Finally, one day her sister said to her, “You need to stop calling the baby ‘it’”. You need to give this baby a name.


“When I should have been feeling my world fall around me as all the plans I had made and hopes I had vanished, I felt peace. I had the strength to continue through the exam and think clearly enough to ask all the questions I needed to process the situation.”


The entire world opened up to her. She had the power to have all the happiness that was available to her. She only had to choose to take control of her life.  


Nuestra influencia para estos niños deja un fundamento para los hombres y mujeres que llegaran a ser. Es nuestra responsabilidad asegurar de que tienen las herramientas para ser felices, responsables y respetuosos.


Our influence on these children sets the foundation for the men and women that they will become. It is our responsibility to make sure that they have to tools to become happy, fulfilled, responsible, and respectful. 


Your purpose as a mother changes and evolves as time goes on. Some stages are blissful and amazing. Other stages are a little less exciting. Other stages are just plain hard.