The DeGroot Home Needs Our Help

The DeGroot Home is a nursing home facility for special needs children in my area that needs our help. Wait. Let me start over.  Because that doesn't tell the story quite … [Read more...]

I was the last to know. {Megan Tietz}

This post is 7th in a series on depression. Megan Tietz writes at SortaCrunchy where she would love for you to stop by and pretend to be her neighbor. She is the co-author of Spirit-Led Parenting: … [Read more...]

It started with a whisper. {Jill Anderson}

This post is 6th in a series on depression. Jill has been blogging since 2007 and can currently be found oversharing at Just Jilly.   She resides in Grand Rapids, MI with her handsome hubby and … [Read more...]

And Here I was. {Tsh Oxenreider}

This post is 5th in a series on depression. Tsh is founder of The Art of Simple, originally from Austin, Texas, she's a mom to three kids, wife to a bearded Oregonian named Kyle, and a lover of … [Read more...]

On being “an emotional girl”. {Kimmie Ess}

This post is fourth in a series on depression. Kimmie blogs at hello m[ess].  Her photos are to die for.  Her little Frankie is just a few weeks younger than Owen.  Which basically screams … [Read more...]

Passing the Bed. {Heather King}

This post is third in a series on depression. When people ask Heather, What do you do, she says, I Mom a lot. Sometimes she adds that she's also a freelance writer and a Listen To Your … [Read more...]

Blindsided by Depression {Jenny Rapson}

This post is second in a series from a variety of bloggers on depression. Jenny Rapson is a wife and mom to three kids ages 10, 7, and 3 who was born, bred, and resides in Dayton, Ohio. She has been … [Read more...]

Postpartum Depression & The Casserole Famine {Katherine Stone}

  Today's post is the first in a series from bloggers around the web on depression. Katherine Stone is the founder of Postpartum Progress Inc. , a national nonprofit focused on raising … [Read more...]