Tabitha

Tabitha
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Wife to a bonafide mountain man and mama to two toddlers and a newborn babe, Tabitha doesn't find much margin for boredom. When things get crazy, as they often do — Tabitha fervently writes down what keeps her pressing on. She believes that every messy minute of motherhood is worth the daily fight and will stop at nothing to pursue God through it all. While often quite wordy and long-winded, you can count on Tabitha to be completely transparent and brutally honest when it comes to life and everything else in-between. While she’d rather meet you over a cup of coffee on her front porch to share the lessons she's regularly learning, you can also visit with her over on her blog or Instagram. Her personal blog, Tabitha Panariso, is a space where you can find her writing on faith, motherhood, and daily life. You can also find her capturing the everyday rhythms of life on her Instagram, @tabithapanariso
messes

Sticky Hands and Sticky Hearts

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I’ve come to realize that my home is a lot like my heart. There are days where I scrub it clean and prepare it for goals, dreams, and work and for those days where I’ve invited people in—to gather and play. Sometimes, I'm simply enjoying the few seconds where I’m alone and it's quiet. But truth is, on every one of these days—the walls of my heart will always reflect the same; tiny little hands that have made them theirs.
tired weary mom

An Open Letter to the Weary and Tired SAHM

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  I see you there. Standing in the middle of the kitchen, talking to yourself. Or, maybe it's the dirty dishes? You've broken up with them again haven't you? You've decided they're not worth the...
resting mom face

This Is Just My Resting Mom Face: A Quick And Dirty Guide To The...

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A Quick and Dirty Guide to the different types of Resting Mom Face found out in the wild. There's a reason behind those seemingly discontent mom faces.
make your bed

Productivity as a SAHM is Easier than You Think: Three Habits to Start Right...

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If you're anything like me, you might hear the word, "productivity" and cringe. That, or turn on your heels and run—far, far away. But lately, I've come to realize that productivity isn't actually a...
motherhood

Three Things I Learned in the First Year of Motherhood

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Just a little over a month ago, my son turned one year old and I completed the marathon of what is the first year of motherhood. There are so many things I learned and...
Two Words

Two Words I’m Not Saying Anymore

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  As a mom, I’m increasingly aware of the power of my words. With a single breath, I can empower, encourage and inspire. And yet, with that same breath I can destroy, belittle, and demoralize....
thigh gap, postpartum

From Thigh Gap to Time Gap: The Body of Postpartum Motherhood

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  I used to have a thigh gap.    I honestly didn’t think anything of it then. It just was.    Now, the only gap I have is the time after the kids go to bed and before I...

Ten Free Resources That Have the Power to Change Your Mom Life

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I've learned that I don't have to consume everything that's put in front of me. I get to choose what I read and listen to. But more importantly, I get the opportunity to make the time to learn more about how to do this work that I've chosen, and how to do it well.

The Top Five Mom and Kid Friendly Coffee Shops in Colorado Springs

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I know that you don’t always have the time to pop into a shop that’s really pretty on the inside, but less than kid friendly. You especially don’t always have the time to wait for a carefully crafted cup of coffee. I get it. But that doesn’t mean you have to exchange taste for convenience. You can enjoy locally owned coffee, even in this season of your life. So without further ado, here are my top five mom and kid friendly coffee shops in Colorado Springs. 

I Thought I Was Better Than Her: Diversity in Motherhood

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I’m lucky that in the span of our conversation, we bridged the gap that had formed between us. We could try again. And this time, we started over with the understanding that we were different. We started over knowing that we could be completely ourselves with one another; that we had the permission to disagree.