Archive February 2012 Archives » Kim Van Brunt

You are viewing all posts published for the month of February, 2012. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try searching using the form at the right upper corner of the page.

For the days it comes crashing down

Linking this post today with Momalog as one of my favorite posts. It was written in a moment of vulnerability,

The Sisterhood of Mothering: Finding Joy

When I wrote my last post, I knew it was risky. I knew that asking for advice and opinions on

When motherhood feels like misery

It’s been hard lately. After the rush of the morning, the reminders that spiral into yelling-after-the-fifth-time-I-told-you-to-find-your-boots, the frenzied drive to

{Honestly} guest post: The wait

Guest post by Allie Brannon on one of the hardest phases of adoption: The long wait. Heavy. I was unprepared

Family Day

I had to look back on the calendar to remember, since it felt like it took days for that flight

Weaving the darkness in

I talk a lot here about how we don’t need to fear our brokenness. How the need for honesty is

{Honestly} guest post: Reactive attachment disorder

Today’s {Honestly} guest post delves into a topic that’s not easy to talk about: reactive attachment disorder. Many people want

Trust {Five-minute Friday}

After my dad died, stolen away, a sudden ghost that left me empty, I couldn’t trust God anymore. Why now?

{Honestly} guest post: The red dirt of Uganda and longing for home

A guest post by Chasity Cole Rose-colored Glasses Life is not always easy; in fact life is rarely easy. When

To my brightly burning gift, at five and a half

Dear Owen, I can only imagine the twinkle God had in his eye when he thought up you. He was