I heard an awesome message at church this weekend. And last weekend. And the weekend before that. And the weekend before that. And the weekend . . . you get the point.
This piece is published on Her View From Home. Click here to read it. "I see you, mama. You are trying your very best to juggle all the demands motherhood is throwing at you. You are doing your very best, and it somehow never feels enough. You thought you would thrive in motherhood, but instead … Continue reading Dear Mama, I See You. . . Encouragement For Mamas
This piece is originally published at Her View From Home. Click here to read it. I love my kids. Sometimes I watch them and I’m brimming with pride. They amaze me with how quickly they sponge up new information or how courageous they are in new situations. They make me giggle when they burst out … Continue reading When Motherhood Is Hard
We’re in the beginning of a new season. A new chapter. And it’s awesome. If not a bit lonely sometimes.
Sometimes, I get this funny sense of nostalgia. I feel a sadness tugging at me inside, and I start missing these moments before they’ve even gone. These ordinary days. I already miss them, even as I’m living them.
This piece is published on Her View From Home. Click here to read it. Hey guys, just wanna share my latest article that was published at Her View From Home. I want to share my heart about it first, though, as it’s pretty raw and a sensitive topic not often talked about. In New Zealand, … Continue reading Let Us Be Women Who Embrace the Mothers Who Grieve
This piece is originally published on Her View From Home. Click here to read it. Slow down, baby girl. There’s no rush. I thought these words to myself as you shakily walked across the room for the first time ever. My heart caught in my throat as I was suddenly overcome with conflicting emotions. . … Continue reading Slow Down Baby Girl, There’s No Rush
This year, I went to my first ever women’s conference called Passionate in Wellington, New Zealand. I signed up after a lot of encouragement from my husband. To be honest, I was pretty wary of the idea at first. I wasn’t sure what to expect and it was definitely out of my comfort zone. But … Continue reading Leaving My Suitcases At The Door
Before I met you, I never knew that something so tiny could so profoundly change me. As you grew in my tummy, so did a love in my heart for a tiny wee being that I had never met. I knew that I was going to love you beyond words, but I didn't realize at … Continue reading Letter To My First Born
Thank you for joining me, I'm so glad you're here. I'm Sina and I'm from beautiful New Zealand. This site has been on my heart for many years but I have never quite had the courage to just get it going. Until now. Why 'Her Mustard Faith'? My full first name is Greek for mustard … Continue reading Welcome