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~ Love is long-suffering and kind. It does not envy; does not parade itself, is not puffed up; does not behave rudely, does not seek its own, is not provoked, thinks no evil; does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth: bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails.” 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Tag #luvblacklove on your shot for a chance to be featured!
Marriage Communication Tip
Make sure you are not only communicating with your spouse when you want to talk about things that are wrong in your marriage. If the only time you ever want to talk to your spouse is when they have done something wrong, you will create an atmosphere where they hate talking.
Have conversations about things that are pleasant and going well. Have fun just chatting about the events of the day.
Break downs in communication can feel unbearable with no hope in the near future. But it doesn't have to be. I would love to help you and your spouse navigate through this tough season and get back to loving on one another. 😍
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Jamieson Family Photos 2018 🖤✨
Our last family photos in Montana!
Romans 8:37-39 "Yet, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us. For I am sure that neither death nor life, nor angels nor rulers, nor things present nor things to come, nor powers, nor height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord." Even when you sin. God still loves YOU. He hates the sin, but, loves YOU!
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Calm your emotions. If you are not careful you will constantly be on edge. Don't allow your emotions to control you. Get yourself together by intentionally doing things that will bless you, your husband and your marriage. ❤️
God honestly prefers for you to be quiet and pray more. He wants you to release every burden by giving it to him fully.
God has given you power to overcome every single issue you are struggling with in your marriage. If you are feeling weak, allow God to be your strength. You just "Be Still". Let God handle everything that is trying to throw you off. Trust that God's got you!
@SisterSouljah is phenomenal with her 🖋ink skills. #Excerpt from #NoDisrespect - "Get out of the way." I said, "I hope you're not sleeping with him, because you damn sure can't be sleeping with the devil!" My mother said, "calm down. People are people no matter what color they are." I said, "yeah, only Niggas say that! The whole world is arranged be color. The whites rule and the blacks are ruled no matter where you go, Mommy! Don't tell me you think this asshole loves you because he doesn't. I can guarantee you that! Because they don't love, Mommy. They conquer and they possess." (pg.45) #SisterSouljah on " #interracial" relationships #SelfLove#1990s#90s#BlackLoveMatters#BlackBooks#BlackAuthors#DTR360BOOKS 📚💯💪🏿🖤🌌
"Let's look for a new Winter coat for you", he said.... 😏
P.S. Old people LOVE the Mickey hat. I literally only wore it today to make them giggle. 😉
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The freebirth of Isla Marcelle ❤️❤️ 11/30, 7:13pm
(Freebirth: intentional, unassisted birth)
I began contracting at roughly 9 am Friday morning while out running errands. The contractions varied in intensity, & the rate in which they occurred was inconsistent up until about 2:30/3pm. I began to time the surges and they were initially sporadic, anywhere between 10-30 minutes apart. Around 3:30 they began to occur every 1-3 minutes, still tolerable but uncomfortable. I let Xavier @f.i.c.o know baby would likely be here no later than 8 o’clock that evening. He began to prepare the birth space and do some light cleaning. We filled up the birth tub just in time as my contractions began to intensify, roughly around 5pm. My back labor was so powerful that I’m not even sure if the water was helpful. 😩 around 6, I began to transition into active labor; screaming, grunting and growling with each surge trying to get baby down the birth canal. At about 6:20, I realized my drama was counterproductive and tiring 😂 so I got into a zone where I went quiet and breathed deeply through each contraction. There was literally a wave of pain that traveled from my lower back down through my hips, pushing was my only relief. I prayed to God for strength and asked that baby arrive by 7. At 6:50, baby’s head was near the opening of the birth canal and I knew they’d be there soon. At 7:13 pm, our sweet baby girl was born! The intense contractions continued until I finally delivered the placenta about an hour later.
This experience was absolutely amazing and I’m so blessed to have been able to birth my way, in the comfort of my home!