Monthly Archives: April 2018

Your mom and dad knew before anyone else…you were coming.  You were growing in their hearts at such a rapid rate that they could feel the transformation piercing into every portion of them.  It just took time to find you. They filled out forms.  They showed up for interviews.  And you grew.  And grew. One […]

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I remember watching the world stop as they held their new little man.  I remember the grateful tears welling up as I watched their love grow even bigger when their only man took on the role of big brother.  (Yes, he took it VERY seriously.). I remember the quiet joy that resounded in their home. […]

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We came into the year limping.  It’s a common occurrence when happen when your child has a learning disability. So when the new school year began, we walked through the doors of my daughter’s 3rd grade classroom with trembling hearts.  And there we were greeted by Mrs. Southerland. When the world didn’t know what to […]

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The best days include musical chairs, surprise snuggles and jumping on the bed.  In those moments, we touch joy, laughter, connection and the best of what life has to offer.  So you can imagine how overjoyed I was to do all of the above with this amazing family… Sweet Rulewicz family, thank you SO much […]

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Sometimes we are vulnerable enough to be seen.  To open our arms a little wider and say, “You are welcome here.  Here is US.  The real, perfectly imperfect US.” And I smile every time because I see the glory.  The grace and the beauty mingled together in the most exquisite display: LOVE. Sweet Huff Family, […]

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