The day I chose adoption


Originally posted on all our lemmony things:
Infertility changed me. It introduced itself in a doctor’s office, ran over me with sharp and cunning negative tests, prodded me with needles, opened me up on a surgical table, taunted me with reminders of empty cribs and empty arms, and gave me lots of hope and lots…

8 Gospel lessons we learn from Star Wars


1. Family History is really, really important. Luke and Leia could have used familysearch.org 2. The Force is just a fancy word for The Spirit. May the Force be with you, always. Sound familiar? 3. To know if the Book of Mormon is true don’t use your 5 senses.  Search your feelings. How does it make…

Tithing shouldn’t be automatic


The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has recently introduced a way to pay tithing online in some areas.  I have heard different viewpoints ranging from it being more convenient and less of a hassle to not carry around a checkbook, while some have said it would cause paying tithing to become more of a bill than a personal…

The number of kids I have is not your concern


In The Family: A Proclamation to the World, it clearly states “The first commandment that God gave to Adam and Eve pertained to their potential for parenthood as husband and wife. We declare that God’s commandment for His children to multiply and replenish the earth remains in force.” There isn’t a doubt that it’s a commandment…