Tag Archives: motherhood
Scenes from Summer’s End
Two Months in to Our New Adventure
The Light Footsteps Family has been busy enjoying the transition to a family of three. I’m not sure how so many other women bloggers manage to keep cranking out posts once they have a new baby. Guest bloggers, perhaps? Anyone interested in doing some here? I’d take ’em!
Hopefully sometime in the new year I’ll be able to start posting more regularly again. Recently, I thought I’d have a lot of new content soon as we were planning to close on a new 23-acre homestead tomorrow, but unfortunately, it has fallen through yet again. I’m not sure if we’ll keep waiting around or start looking at new properties again. This certainly has been a long search.
In other news, today is Baby Light Footstep’s 2-month birthday! I wrote her a letter today that I thought might be fun to share here. I hope you enjoy reading the highlights of our first two months, too.
Nests and Nesting
I am so thankful to have this time of nesting. It has been a period of profound spiritual development, deep insights, and lots of preparation. Continue reading
At some point during my pregnancy, I learned the term “Blessingway”. I believe it was because I saw an ad for this book (Mother Rising) in an issue of The Mother Magazine (a nice resource for alternative-type mamas, by the way).
Essentially, the idea of a Blessingway is similar to a baby shower, but emphasizes preparation and support of the mother rather than just the baby. Instead of an event that centers around the giving of material gifts (which admittedly, are very helpful before a baby!), the importance of a woman’s journey to motherhood is also acknowledged. Continue reading