Colleen Duggan, wife and mother of 5 children, is a freelance writer for various online Catholic publications. You can find her on the web at Meditations of A Stay At Home Mom, where she pontificates about important things like potty training and sippy cups.
Colleen Duggan shares a transparent look at the physical demands of motherhood and the peace, comfort and strength she draws from receiving the Eucharist to see her through challenging times.
Colleen Duggan’s precious family is a living witness to the pro-life values she upholds.
My eyes flickered open at 5 am sharp, a full ten minutes before the alarm sounded, and the first thought I had was about that test. I needed to take
Last year, in preparation for Easter Sunday, I spent one entire morning making lists: the menu, the shopping list, the
I forgot Camille, my two-year old, had migrated into our room in the middle of the night so I accidentally
On the day God gave out personalities, He made sure to give my 5-year-old, Mary Bernadette, a big, beautiful one.
When my husband, John, and I were first married, we bought a starter home in a cute little neighborhood where
In August, I volunteered to teach sixth graders for our parish religious education program. I was encouraged to do something
To quote Betty Duffy, “I had a booger of a sin to confess.” I decided last night I couldn’t put
Last week was a bad-parenting week. I yelled at the kids. A lot. It seems like everywhere I turned, someone