Category Archives: Kids

Sometimes, there are people who have the gift of making you feel home.  They create a space where you can immediately be known and loved.  And the Theobald’s are those people. From watching their giggles when mom and dad got the chance to sneak up on them, to the moment when their middle man looked […]

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My mornings while Ted traveled often looked the same: Wake up.  Waffles into toaster.  Grab milk. Fill cereal bowls.  Make eggs. Wake sleepy children using silly names for added effect/chutzpah and just to keep myself entertained. This particular morning started like any other.  I checked all the boxes on my task list that would make […]

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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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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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