Noelle Kirchner, M.Div., is a Presbyterian minister and mother of two boys. As they wrestle on the floor, she enjoys wrestling with her manuscripts. She writes for Huff Post Parents, the TODAY Show Parenting Team, and has been a repeat guest author at in(courage). You can find her on her blog, where she writes about faith and parenting, and on Twitter and Facebook.
Make no mistake, I know that parenting can be an all-encompassing, sacrificial enterprise. We want what's best for our children from the moment that they are conceived. But our culture seems a little off kilter in support of parenting these days. With terms like "helicopter parenting" being the norm, when do mom and dad get a break, let alone have time for each other?
I would be remiss as a mommy blogger to solely focus on my children and child-rearing. Yes, that's what my blog Vocational Mothering is most about, but what that ministry actually rests upon is the construct and stability of the family...
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