Kendra Jernejcic

Kendra Jernejcic
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Kendra is wife to Luke and grateful SAHM to Charleston (2015) and twins Sullivan and Kalinda (2019). Born and raised in Southern California, she has called Texas home since 2016. Kendra is a hopeless bibliophile, an avid podcast listener, an Enneagram enthusiast, and a big fan of lists. Kendra’s “Good List” includes (but is not limited to): Jesus; long walks with her Labradoodle, Arlo; intense but compassionate conversations about faith, philosophy and other slightly pretentious topics; wearing ALL the accessories; and guzzling Diet Dr. Pepper like it's her job. Kendra writes about life, faith, books, and her own perfectly imperfect motherhood journey on her blog, KendraNicole.net.

Outside-the-Box Conversation Starters for Your Next Girls’ Night

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I’m a firm believer that few things are more important for a mom’s happiness and mental health than a well-timed, fun-filled Girls' Night Out. Motherhood isn’t easy, and we moms need the support and...

Why Mom Needs A Hobby

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In the fall of 2012, I started a personal blog—partly because I enjoyed writing, but mostly to get my husband off my back about sharing my perspective with somebody beyond the pages of my...

Ten Lessons I’ve Learned From More Than Ten Years Of Marriage

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  This past December, my husband and I celebrated our tenth wedding anniversary. All the adages hold true: it’s hard to believe we’ve been married for over a decade, yet I can barely remember what...

More Tips for Reading More This Summer (and Beyond!)

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Summer is in full swing, and for many of us that means one thing: the season for reading is HERE! A few weeks ago, I discussed my own love for reading and how that passion...

Dear Son, What I Want You To Remember Me By

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Hey There, My Favorite Little Buddy! As I write this from the reclining chair in the corner of your room, I can hear your breath begin to slow as you reluctantly drift off to sleep....

How I Read 200 Books In A Year (And How YOU Can Read More...

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Summer is upon us, and for book lovers everywhere, that means one thing: the year’s best reading season is under way! I’m a lifelong bibliophile: some of my happiest childhood memories revolve around books, and...

Learning to Be Patient in a “Now” Culture

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“Mom, come here RIGHT NOW, I need help with my Legos. It’s an emergency!” my son calls out to me from down the hall. “Charleston, you need to wait a few minutes, I’m still making...

The Problem of Overparenting

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Fourth grade was a difficult year for me. It wasn’t just the social awkwardness (WHY did I insist on wearing my headgear to school?) or the endless battle with long division or even the...

Secondary Infertility: My Story

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This past week (April 21-29) was National Infertility Awareness Week. Though few of us like to talk about this sensitive and heartbreaking issue, it affects 1 in 8 couples—in other words, I can...

150+ Easter Basket Fillers That AREN’T Candy

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08 I’m not sure whether it’s my background as an elementary school teacher, or simply a desire to connect with my inner child, but holiday traditions are one of my favorite aspects of parenting. Each spring,...