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Mommy Failure

Mia L. Hazlett 3/18/13   This weekend was the first weekend in a very long time that I had to question my mothering. Most of the time I’m pretty sure the decisions I make will pay off in the long run. This week just felt different. The one hour lost sent me into a week… Continue reading Mommy Failure

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For My Virtuous Daughters

By:  Mia L. Hazlett 1/5/13 As I line up our year of abundance, I must stay focused on the non-material.  There is nothing more important to me than raising you both to be and become God-fearing virtuous women.  We have become a remarkably resilient and close family over the past three years.  Within these past… Continue reading For My Virtuous Daughters

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Living by Faith

By: Mia L. Hazlett 1/3/13 I came into 2013 by myself. I sat in my recliner with the television on completely, captivated by my new James Patterson book. As the midnight hour approached, I wondered what 2013 would bring for me. And as I sat alone, I began to feel lonely. My daughters were at… Continue reading Living by Faith

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A Mighty Long Way

A Mighty Long Way By: Mia L. Hazlett 12/11/12 As the year winds down and I take inventory of my year's progress, I must give praise to God. He has brought my family a mighty long way. And if you had asked me a year ago if I thought I would be where I am… Continue reading A Mighty Long Way

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When Daddy Doesn’t Show

By: Mia L. Hazlett 3/16/12 The Window Wait.  That's what I call it.  Sitting by the window waiting for what I know is not going to happen.  When my husband and I first separated, Sundays and Mondays were his days with the kids.  Sundays began with a 10 or 11am pick-up and Mondays he would… Continue reading When Daddy Doesn’t Show

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Honest Liars

By: Mia L. Hazlett 3/15/12   Lies and kids, kids and lies.  I believe they go hand in hand.  For some I think it is a learned behavior.  But for most kids I've met, lying is a result of fear.  They fear getting in trouble with whatever they are being confronted with.  Is there a… Continue reading Honest Liars

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How to Make the Best Parent

By: Mia L. Hazlett 3/14/12 First of all, accept there is no perfect parent.  I believe there are good parents.  I believe there are bad parents.   But perfect, those who believe they are, are the worst. I do believe there are parents out there that are doing their best.  I believe I am one… Continue reading How to Make the Best Parent