God Made me Perfect

Did you know that God didn’t make a mistake when He made you? You are fearfully and wonderfully made. That means you’re pretty awesome. In fact, you’re a masterpiece! God Made Me Perfect is a book of declarations that will empower children as they grow in their identity, uniqueness, knowledge of the love of God, and build history with Him. Each declaration is accompanied by an activity and scripture reference. This is a great tool for parents and guardians to engage their children in biblical truths all while building their self-esteem. Authors, Christia and Kenny DeShields have witnessed the transformative work of the word of God in their own children’s lives and were inspired to write this book in hopes of inspiring others. Get started on your empowered journey today. God Made Me Perfect is now available on Amazon.

Sensory Seeking Sebastian

Hello all!

For the past year and a half this book has been burning in me. If you’ve followed my posts or videos for a while, you would remember that our oldest son is diagnosed with ADHD and also has some sensory processing struggles. We’ve learned so many strategies over the years, and we wanted to share them with you all.

Sensory Seeking Sebastian is a book that empowers sensory seekers with strategies that help with self regulation. This book is perfect for families who want to equip their sensory seeker to navigate the challenges of ADHD, Autism, and SPD.

I’m a masterpiece!

Say it loud! This has been an anthem in the DeShields’ house for the last few weeks. Our three beautiful boys are each different and special in their own way. They have separate struggles, but we are learning to celebrate their differences and speak truth to their weakness.


Life on a Limb

School hasn’t started yet for my kids and we had reached our limit of being in the house together. Instead of killing each other we chose life and decided to head to the botanical garden. There we learned some life lessons through plants!


Style Rotation with my Hubby


So fellas, I couldn’t leave you out of this style challenge, so I drafted my hubby, who’s also a music artist to participated. Here’s how we took 9 items and styled them for stage options! Outfit deets below.

Hope Dealer Shirt : Slam Agency

Black Sweater : H&M

Orange flannel: H&M

Velvet Jacket: Gifted

Jean Vest: Target

Jean Jacket: Target

Black Khaki’s: Target

White Jeans: Gap

Dashiki Shirt: Grass Fields


From College Chill to A Grown UP Feel

Sarah is finishing up her last semester of college and wants to transition her wardrobe to a little more grown up and playful style . See how we take 9 items clothes and style them multiple ways.

Green Trench: Forever 21

Faux leather leggings: Target

Jeans: Old Navy

Brown Jacket: Forever 21

Black Jacket: Forever 21

Houndstooth Slacks: Old Navy

Green Dress: Old Navy

Black Shirt Dress: Old Navy

3rd Trimester Style Challenge; Staying Fine with Only 9.

Hey guys,

It’s literally been forever since I posted a blog. A year ago this past September to be exact. I think a combination of lack of creativity and time are the culprits, but I never stopped thinking about this blog. I’m almost finished reading a book called the The Artisan Soul, by Erwin McManus and it’s sufficiently set my creative soul on fire! So much so that I had to return to one of my loves, this blog, and talk about one of my favorite topics, fashion.

If you follow my instagram posts, you should be aware that I’m pregnant with baby boy number three (pray for your girl 😂)!

Honestly I love having boys. Heck, I don’t know any different. So as a veteran, I’m not freaking out… well that much!

One of the things I’ve done differently this time around, since it’s my last pregnancy, was enlist the help of a personal trainer. I really wanted to continue to grow in my fitness journey and didn’t want to slow down momentum just because I was pregnant. If Serena Williams can win a grand slam six months pregnant, I can definitely have the fittest pregnancy of my life.

Thank you Jesus that I’m connected with an amazing trainer who has helped me so much. I’m eating clean and training with her twice a week, and I’ve never felt better. At 30 weeks, I have lost a total of 19 inches all over my body while growing baby. I have not experienced pregnancy edema (yet), most of my clothes still fit, and I feel really good! It’s been a great decision.

Although I feel really good, I’m at the stage where I barely want to put on clothes 😂. However, as a working mom I don’t have that luxury. I’ve got a little less than 10 weeks left, so I’ve challenged myself to “stay fine down to the line.” 😂😂😂😂 That’s something my husband would say or this one, “stay fine even with 9… weeks to go”.  I’m also taking the minimalist approach to the challenge. Unless you have an endless supply of maternity clothes, most mommas-to-be are limited to the number of items they fit comfortably in the last trimester. So I’ve styled 25 outfits with 9 items of clothing + 1 scarf.


Plaid shirt: Target

leather leggings: Target

Rust sweater:  Shop Dress Up

Scarf: Vinnie Louise

Pink Blazer: NY&CO

Houndstooth Blazer: Forever 21

Black Dreas: Motherhood Maternity

Leather Jacket: Marshalls

Africa Sweater: Grass Fields

boots: Bronx  Diba

flats: Target

black booties: Target


How to Dream Again

Remember what it felt like to dream? Do you feel stuck? Kenny and I were in that place for a few reasons. Find out how we got back on track!


Wont’ He Do it Wednesday

Have you ever been mad at God because of a delayed dream or answer? Listen and be encouraged. You can trust God with your dreams, He gave them to you. Sarah experiences how God was fighting for her behind the scenes, and she didn’t even know it!

Won’t He Do It Wednesday!

A dose of inspiration from Kenny and Christia high lighting testimonies and stories of friends and family overcoming obstacles and encouraging one another. Today’s topic: The Power of Remembering God’s Faithfulness.


Won’t He Do It Wednesday

A dose of inspiration from Kenny and Christia high lighting testimonies and stories of friends and family overcoming obstacles and encouraging one another. Today’s topic: The Power of Remembering God’s Faithfulness.