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Why I’m In Awe of Baby Jesus

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This month, I celebrate one year of motherhood. Yes, that means my baby has turned a year old, and what a year it has been! It may be a cliché, but what's been said about motherhood is true: it's tiring, trying, and stretching, yet every single bit of it is worth it.

A Christmas of a Different Kind

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Title: A Christmas of a different kind Materials: Watercolour Artwork…

5 Practical Ways to Savor Christ this Christmas

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Last year, my kids and I snuggled up to read a Christmas story. It’s the story of a boy whose parents are determined to throw him an epic birthday party—replete with guests, food, decor and party favors.

A Second Look at the Christmas Story Blew My Mind

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A couple of days ago, I went to the park in a T-shirt, shorts, and sandals. It was 80 degrees Fahrenheit (about 27 degrees Celsius) outside and felt absolutely nothing like Christmas. In most parts of the United States, it’s cold—maybe even snowing.

It’s 2016 Hottest Christmas Gift: A Toy Egg

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Six months ago, I would have scoffed at the idea that the most wanted toy for the Christmas season was a toy egg.

Why I Have Hope (Despite a Terrible Year)

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I recently came across an article that reported that Planet Earth, a popular BBC nature and wildlife documentary, has racked up more millennial viewers—myself included—than reality TV shows like The X Factor.

5 Ways to Love A Stranger This Christmas

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Once again, it’s Christmas—the season of merriment, goodwill, and cheer. For most, it’s a time for family and friends, and a time to reflect on the year gone by.

When Christmas Isn’t the Happiest Time of the Year

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With the joyful endings of cheesy, Hallmark movies, comes the subconscious expectation that somehow during Christmas, everyone will get along, then snowflakes will fall at precisely the right time and in a perfect quantity.

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