Sue Detweiler interviews Dr. Heather Rupe

HEATHER RUPE, D.O. is board certified with the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Rupe graduated from Oral Roberts University and completed medical school at Oklahoma State University. She has been an OB/GYN for six years and has delivered over one thousand babies. She is a partner at Womens Group of Franklin and chairman of the perinatal department at Williamson Medical Center located in Franklin, Tennessee, where she resides with her husband and two sons. You can find out more about the Pregnancy Companion book by visiting



So What Are you Doing Today?

By Amy Ford

My husband and I were engaged in our daily, “So, what are you doing today?” phone conversation, and I rattled off my list of the usual chores before summarizing, “You know, a dozen other things that will take up my entire day, which no one will ever notice.”  The words escaped faster than I could consciously compile them.  As mothers, we know what that list looks like: organizing cabinets whose doors no longer close, changing printer cartridges, laundry, mail, diapers, dusting, the meal preparation, good golly, the meal preparation!  An endless busy progression of nothings.

The day continued, with the addition of phone calls and texts and an impromptu play date.  Three diaper changes and two time-outs later, it was 1:30 and I had neither eaten lunch nor accomplished most of my original to-do list. Read more

Sue Detweiler interviews Jessica Wolstenholm

Jessica Wolstenholm is a recent stay at home mom trying to learn her new job. She spent over 13 years in the music and publishing industries and was named one of Billboard magazine’s Top 30 Executives Under 30. Now she has the amazing privilege of staying home with her two miracle babies. She developed a passion for ministering to moms and moms-to-be after years of struggling with infertility and multiple miscarriages. She lives in Nolensville, TN with her husband and children and blogs regularly at