I realize I have completely neglected this little corner of my world. Not that it has been a priority between home life, pregnancy, motherhood, work, moving and now selling + buying a home (a process not for the faint of heart....which has made me think maybe I am! ha!)..... All that to say, life has … Continue reading life lately.
I can't believe this picture was almost seven weeks ago! Motherhood is a beautiful gift and I am so thankful for the opportunity to get a glimpse of the Father's love in this way. I believe every little smile from Gabriel is sent straight from Heaven to remind me of how GOOD our Father is, … Continue reading these are the days.
What a whirlwind the last five weeks have been. I can't believe Gabriel is already 37 days old! Every day he is more alert, more expressive and so much FUN. I'm loving these days with him and want to savor every little minute we have left together during maternity leave. Since coming home, I've been surprised at … Continue reading What We’re Loving
Twelve weeks ago, Adam started a new job. Eight weeks ago, we moved to a new city. Five weeks ago, we had a baby. Adam and I had a feeling when we chose our life together that it would be an adventure. We didn’t know what that meant, but when we said yes to each … Continue reading our grand adventure.
We are big picture people. We love documenting our days and exploring different settings. It's also a fun date idea. We've been really fortunate to have incredible photographer friends and this time around, Hannah Harte asked if we'd be interested in taking some pictures in our new/old hometown. AND we got to include our sweet #HattieKersh. A … Continue reading my peeps and me.
I don't want sufficiency, I want Jesus. What I've realized is that often, the pursuit of sufficiency in in my life looks like clinging to the idea of an adequate solution in the midst of hard moments and working to that end. It's the idea that I can fix things, or that somehow I have the … Continue reading insufficient, but surrendered.
“There’s something beautiful and clarifying and terrifying all at once in being at the beginning . . . To be a beginner is to be full of hope-filled humility, to be overflowing with eager expectation that is simultaneously held in check by the obvious gap between your aspirations and current abilities. To be a beginner … Continue reading new beginnings.