The Mustard Seed Mum: Milestones

It’s hard to believe I have an 18 month old. I haven’t written much about motherhood for a while, but I am hoping to write a bit more on this part of life. The topic that has been on my heart and mind recently is milestones. The majority of infants tend to reach developmental milestones […]

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An interview with Lirika Davis – cultures, communication and Christ

I am so overjoyed that Lirika Davis has joined me on the blog this week. We first met through the Stilettos Conference in Plymouth and I was captivated by her words of encouragement and love for Christ. Lirika is a wonderful friend, a great speaker and a gifted writer and I hope that today’s post […]

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An interview with Fiona Lloyd – writing, parenting, publishing

Fiona is a dear friend and we have volunteered together on the Association of Christian Writers. Her encouragement and support during my pregnancy and in the following months of my son’s life have been so helpful. I caught up with her to find out more about her recently published book ‘The Diary of a (Trying […]

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The Little Things

As I said goodnight to my son and walked out slowly, pulling the door behind me, I slowly poked my head back into his room. He thought I’d left. I watched him get comfortable for the night and bring his arms across his face as he began to suck on his arm. It’s an adorable […]

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The Diary of a (Trying to be holy) Mum by Fiona Lloyd – Book Review

Written in the format of a diary, Fiona Lloyd’s ‘The Diary of a (Trying to be holy) Mum’ records the thoughts of mother Becky Hudson as she navigates through the struggles and joys of being a parent and a Christian. It’s a wonderful story of how God meets her where she’s at as she learns […]

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The Mustard Seed Mum: Fighting Fear with Faith

Do it afraid. Courage is not the absence of fear, but going forward even when you feel afraid. I have heard these expressions a few times and it has become much more real as a mum. Actually, I think it started as a mum-to-be. I was afraid to give birth, but I had to do […]

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