Your Favorite Posts of 2014

Favorite Posts from 2014 on TeriLynneUnderwood.com

2014 is over and this week my goal is to get back into my blogging groove. December was a crazy month and while I did LOVE sharing some Advent thoughts from the Gospel of Luke every day on Facebook, I didn’t manage to blog as much as I had hoped.

So, here we are in January. My girl goes back to school on Wednesday so we’re relishing our last bit of Christmas break with some shopping and salon-ing. {Yeah, I just made up that word.} I’m looking forward to some fun family time before we jump back into the world of homework and early alarms and cheerleading.

And I’m sure by this point you are all wondering if I’m ever going to get to the point of this post. Sorry. Sometimes I forget I’m typing and just chat with you like I would if we were together having coffee. I hope you don’t mind that too much. 🙂

I truly love when people share all their “best of … ” posts from the previous year.  So, buckle up friends, because today and tomorrow I’m sharing some of the favorites around here.  Today, it’s all about your favorites … the posts you all loved the most from the past year. In full disclosure, I did not include the gift idea posts or posts I wrote before this year … so these are the ones you all commented on and shared and seemed to connect to the most when I wrote them in 2014.

Favorite Posts from 2014 on TeriLynneUnderwood.com

I love that these posts are about parenting and marriage and also a few fun fashion posts … and, of course, the way you loved on me so well after my heart attack in April.

So, here they are … your favorite posts from 2014.

31 Verses to Pray for Your Girl — I still am overwhelmed by the way you responded to this series!

14 Things I Want My 14-Year-Old Daughter to Know {part 1 and part 2} — These are two of my favorite posts from this year. And I loved making the fun printable for you to share with your girl.

28 Days, 28 Ways: Investing in Your Marriage — This was a fun series in February! Full of simple i ideas for investing in your marriage.

Where Did My Eyelashes Go? — Okay, so those of you who are still under 40, this post may have just seemed like fun … but those of you who are my age {and maybe even a little older} definitely know these are real issues and deserve some attention.

Yik Yak … Yuck! {Notes from an Overprotective Mom} — Social media and teenagers … so much to know. And it feels overwhelming. But some things are worth digging your heels in and I believe monitoring and being aware of what social media your child is using is one of those things.

WIWW: Teenage Girl Fashion Edition — While I’m not a faithful fashion blogger, I do love joining the What I Wore Wednesday community periodically. And I also love helping other moms figure out ways to help their teenage girls dress modestly and fashionably. {Plus, isn’t my girl beautiful???!!!}

Parenting is Hard {and some days I just want to give up} — I’m pretty sure I’m not alone in this one.

More Like James — Sharing our experience of moving a 63-year-old man with Down Syndrome into our home … and all the lessons we are learning about love and contentment.

On Marriage and Love and How Hard It Is Some Days — Relationships are just hard and they take work. But it’s worth it.

I Want to Go Back to Before – This honest account of how I struggled after my heart attack was met with such tenderness from many.

When Broken Hearts Are Healed — My heart attack story and the sweetest video ever from my niece Paulee.

So, there you are … your favorite posts from 2014. Thanks for being a part of my life! I’m immeasurably grateful for the way this community has blessed me and encouraged and strengthened me over the past year. Looking forward to what 2015 will bring!!

xo,

Teri Lynne

2 Replies to “Your Favorite Posts of 2014”

  1. I love that in the new year everyone shares their best posts. It’s a great way for new people to see what you’ve been up to all year. I love the posts on marriage.

    1. Thank you … it’s one of my favorite things every year also. I love that there is always something I had missed the first time around and I have the opportunity to read it now.

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