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    I Saw Beth Moore LIVE! | My Living Proof Live Experience

    Beth Moore, in my opinion, is one of the most phenomenal speakers that I have had the honor to hear. I was raised listening to and participating in her bible studies. Oh, the perks of being a PK. For those of you who do not know, a PK is a Pastor’s Kid.  In fact, the first bible study my mom ever taught was Beth Moore’s, Daniel. I have done that particular bible study what feels like 5 billion times and each time God showed me something new.

    Recently I had the opportunity to see Beth Moore speak live in Wichita Falls, Texas, with my mom and best friend. We bought tickets the moment they went on sale, I knew that this was an experience that I wanted to share with my mom. The place was packed. Every hotel room in the city was booked for the weekend. The first night we experienced the worship and teaching from the nose bleed section and it was just as phenomenal as sitting six rows from the stage to second day of the conference.

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    Farewell 2016, A Look into the Past Year of My Life

    2016 was a wild year. Things kept coming out of nowhere. I went into the year an 18 year old, pregnant bible school student and ended it a 19 year old, blogging mom. This past year was definitely not what I was expecting one bit. Within the first few weeks my life changed drastically. I had to drop out of school, move back to where I met my husband, and prepare for a our son’s arrival.

    This whole momming thing is not easy but it is worth it. Looking back 2016 kept me on my toes. I never thought in a million years I would be where I am today. After my son was born I was extremely depressed, even suicidal. Everyone kept telling me, “You’ll be fine, it’ll pass, it’s just the Baby Blues!” when in fact it was something that wouldn’t pass easily. I had severe postpartum depression. I had my good days but for every good day it seemed I would have twice as many bad, so I started writing.

    In 2016 my love for writing began to bloom again. It became the therapy I needed to get better and in the long run will help others know they are not alone! 10 months after it hit, Postpartum Mental Illness is still an ongoing battle, but I see the light of day more.

    My writing went from just my mom reading it to being read not only all over the United States, but people from over 36 different countries have clicked my way. I am so thankful for all the support that I have received over this past year! I really could not have done this without any of my lovely readers or the help of other bloggers that I have grown to admire through social media.

    I have little to no idea what the future holds for The Brock Blog, or even my family, but what I do know is whatever happens it will keep me on my toes. 2017 here I come!!!!!

    How did 2016 treat you? Let me know in the comments below!




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    Where Is The Support?

    Ecclesiastes 4:12 NKJV  Though one may be overpowered by another, two can withstand him. And a threefold cord is not quickly broken.

    Good support is hard to come by. Whether it’s family, friends, or even a bra it seems that support always comes with a price.

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    International Babywearing Week 2016: The Perfect Fit

    Babywearing. I feel as though without it I would go crazy. My house would be even more of a disaster than it already is, Vacations wouldn’t be as fun, and grocery shopping would be nightmare.