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Babies in My Womb (part 1)

by Coach Debbie I was sitting on the couch at my in-laws’ house and suddenly had the urge to vomit.   Confused, I bolted to the bathroom and wondered what in the world I had eaten.   It was this fleeting moment that I dismissed and went about my week.  Until I felt like barfing yet again.  I didn’t go to Yale ... Read More »

Postpartum Fitness

By Emily Saunders As a new mom to two I am asked regularly about the things I’m doing to get back into shape and how to lose weight post-baby.  I will tell you right now that there is no magic pill or formula and that I truly believe that the WORST thing a new mom can do is cut out ... Read More »

What’s in My Pantry

by Coach Debbie I’m pretty curious what’s in your pantry right now.  Is it filled with mostly junk, mostly healthy, or a mix of the two?  I’ll be honest.  If you came over, I’d let you in my pantry because it’s imperfect.  There are Doritos that my kids take in the Friday lunch boxes.  You’d see sugar-filled hot cocoa packs ... Read More »

Bible Resources for Full Hands

By Emily Saunders I had just plopped down on the couch with all of the tools necessary to nurse my son.  After a minute or two I spotted my Bible across the room.  I really really wanted to dig into it in that moment, but it just wasn’t practical to do so.  Plus I had no where to easily set it down ... Read More »

14 Things Moms Actually Want for Mother’s Day

by Coach Debbie   Too many moms are getting lame flowers and cheap candy for Mother’s Day.  It’s bonkers.  We are woken up at dawn to eat Cheerios with olives that our 5 year old made for us.  We love the title of Mommy but we sometimes need a freaking breather already.  Instead of taking the whole family out for ... Read More »

Preventing Sickness: Elderberry

By Momsanity Sister Cheryl Borchardt of Healing the Homestead Have you heard of elderberry? I first discovered it a few years ago when I was researching flu prevention and alternatives to antiviral medications, which can have some unpleasant side effects. Traditionally, elderberries were valued among the Indians of North America and have been used in folk medicine practices for a plethora of ailments.  You ... Read More »

Sister Spotlight: Kate Hicks

Kate Hicks is one of our incredible Momsanity Sisters who naturally encourages others around her as she so patiently parents her 2 sweet children.  Enjoy reading how the Lord has changed her both physically and in her motherhood journey!  She’s definitely a “passionate life grabber”!   Hi y’all!  I am Kate and I am child of God, wife, mom, friend, ... Read More »

Breastfeeding: 10 Things No One Tells You

By Emily Saunders This one’s for the new Moms and Moms-to-Be out there.  There’s a lot of mom stuff (hello bladder issues) that no one talks about- especially when it comes to breastfeeding.  I’m going to start this post by sharing that I am NOT a lactation consultant, mid-wife, doula or anything else that requires training on breastfeeding.  I’m just ... Read More »

Home Fit: Behind the Scenes of My Home “Gym”

by Coach Debbie What I love about our Momsanity workouts is their speed, efficiency and convenience.  I do 20-minute workouts at home that burn fat while building muscle!  I don’t have or need a gym membership.  All I really truly need is my body and some weights; everything else is just “extra.”  Take a behind-the-scenes tour of my “home gym” ... Read More »

Surviving New Motherhood

By Emily Saunders I can’t believe it’s already been a month since Baby Hutch was born!  It’s been wild and beautiful and wonderful and so hard and emotional and overwhelming.  SO many emotions.  When I was preparing for Baby #2 I thought about what I did well when I had my first son and what I wanted to do differently ... Read More »

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