Thank you for your vulnerability and openness. It is so refreshing.
Back in 2008 I found myself searching the internet for low cost meals I could cook from scratch. I stumbled upon your blog, and felt God answer so many prayers. At the time I had people tell me that it would be hard, if not impossible for me to be a stay-at-home mom when my husband and I had children. I read your posts and learned SO MUCH about how to lead a frugal lifestyle and be a stay-at-home mom. -Jessica
Just wanted you to know your blog is amazing and I find so much encouragement in so many areas.
Let me just say thank you, Kristy, for the mentoring you graciously extend via this blog.
Needed to read this. Thanks for sharing your heart so openly!
I’ve been following your blog since 2008 and LOVE how you talk about God and being a pastor’s wife and homeschooling mom. So many of us were not homeschooled and can use practical and encouraging advice. Although I am not a pastor’s wife, I like knowing how to best support those serving in the ministry.
THANK YOU for your honesty. Your article was reprinted in our local homeschool paper (MassHOPE) and it was just what I needed to day.
Kristy not only has amazingly delicious and healthy recipes for nourishing your family, but she writes in a way that says, ‘Welcome to my kitchen, what can I get you?’
Thanks for the permission to breathe. I’m a mother to six kids, six years old and younger! I’ve felt like a failure again and again. This was a breath of fresh air!
I’m just starting my journey as a pastor’s wife and your write up has really encouraged me. Keep it up.
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