Alyssa is a stay-at-home mom of two preschoolers who constantly remind her both how much she has to learn and how profoundly she is blessed. She is also a writer who, thanks to those two preschoolers, is never short on material. Besides serving her family, Alyssa’s primary calling is ministering to other parents, both in her local church and on her blog, by writing about her own mistakes and triumphs as a mom.
Alyssa loves to read, and sometimes she even has time for it. She never gets tired of chocolate, coffee, long walks, British accents, or empty kitchen sinks. Alyssa prides herself on having a clean house on the rare occasion that her house is actually clean. She and her husband, Grant, and their two kiddos make their home, build their rockets, and fight their dragons in Southern Indiana.
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