Thank you for visiting, I hope you stick around! This is a blog dedicated to encouraging women to rest in God's grace and righteousness. I pray that nothing you read or see here leaves you feeling discouraged or inadequate. The last thing I want is to contribute to the "I don't measure up to this blog" epidemic that is plaguing so many moms today! My prayer is that this blog helps any readers (and myself) be comfortable with the eternal and secure identity in Christ that is there for the taking. Here's to walking in His liberty!


About Me

about Mother Knows Grace

My name is Tiffany Tripp, and I created Mother Knows Grace to help myself keep my identity grounded in Christ and who he is…instead of what I think of myself at any given moment. I hope that through this, others who struggle with this like I do can take refuge here and come away encouraged and pointed back to Jesus.

about me

I am a hopeless and desperate follower of Christ, redeemed by his blood.

I am so blessed to call myself a Mrs. to a wonderful Mr. named Greg who is the smartest person I’ve ever met. He is also quite the gentleman, and a very handsome one. We have four insanely gorgeous little goblins making our house the loudest place on the block. They are two shes, ages 6 and 3, and two hes, ages 1 and 0. You’ll get to know these loves of my life a bit through my posts.

I am sort of a special needs mom, in that my oldest son Jude has Hydrocephalus. He was diagnosed at 6 months old, and promptly had a shunt placement surgery to “correct” (not cure) this. He has struggled a bit with his development, and has been in Occupational/Speech Therapy for the better part of the past year…and may I say, kicking some serious tush! I say that I am sort of a special needs mom because the challenges I face with my boy can’t even hold a candle to what others with special needs kids have to go through. My set of challenges mostly lie in the uncertainty and lack of knowledge/research related to what my little Hydrocephalus hero is going through and will go through in the future.

I am just about to complete my first “official” year of homeschooling (if you don’t count preschool and pre-k), and I’m pretty hooked…but I can’t say it wasn’t a challenge!

I just adore crafting, but I have to admit I’m a lazy crafter. I’m always looking for ways to cut corners.

I’ve been able to call myself a musician throughout a few different phases in my life so far. I hope to be entering another phase of this really soon. (I only really call myself a musician when I’m writing and playing regularly, hence the phases)

Love is a verb (big up to DC Talk). I love to love people.

And that's all she (me) wrote. For now.

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