Chasity Baugh

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Hi! I am Chasity Baugh, I love Jesus, my husband Josh and my kiddos, Knox, Jett, Parker and Cove. We have lived in the Chattanooga area (North Georgia) for almost a decade. I let all my expectations stay in the year 2020 and I have to admit, living life without them is liberating. We love the outdoors and going barefoot (although I still try to convince Josh to kick off his shoes). For more on the Baugh Bunch, check out instagram.com/chasitymbaugh
Finding Rest Through The Loss

Finding Rest Through The Loss

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As different as we all are, I am confident we share at least one thing in common: loss. We have all experienced a loss that leaves us breathless. A loss that leaves us changed....
Letting Go Of Expectations

Letting Go Of Expectations

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Five years and two kids ago, when we would go out to eat as a family of four, I’d lay out the ground rules for behavioral expectations for my four- and three-year-old. Then, as...

Don’t Lose Yourself To Make Friends

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What comes to mind when think about the word, friend? Is it a trait, a person or a memory? If I think about this word long enough, it almost sounds foreign, maybe because making...
Raising Kind Kids

Raising Kind Kids

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It's not our job to toughen our children up to face a cruel and heartless world. It's our job to raise children who will make the world a little less cruel and heartless. –...
Morning Mayhem

Morning Mayhem

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There are countless tips for parents: savor every moment; it won't be like this for long, you're going to miss this; sleep when the baby sleeps, then as they get older, wake up before...
Presence over presents

Presence Over Presents

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Recently in a meeting at work, I received this icebreaker question: “What was the best Christmas gift you have ever received and what was the worst gift you have ever received?” I completely drew...
Tips For Toddlers In Glasses: One Mom's Perspective

Tips For Toddlers In Glasses

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My three-year-old daughter wears glasses. She has worn them since she was a little over a year old. The first thing people say to us (after they ask if I know what causes pregnancy...
Don’t Diminish the Loss Your Baby Matters

Don’t Diminish the Loss: Your Baby Matters

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October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. Ten years ago, I was due on October 7 with our first baby. I read that my baby at six weeks was the size of a sprinkle....