I’m not one of those who tells the little ones not to grow up. Because when I see the wrinkles of skin folded around knobby, wobbly newborn knees, flakes of heaven’s kisses peeling off furrowed brows of slumber, watch them held in wonder by their siblings guarded ever so closely by parents serenading them with […]

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With stories full of seashells and salt and “I’m sorry”‘s, we’ve returned to our Kansas plain life. We’ve made this trek a few times now, added children and bags and freckles and frustrations and mishaps and laughter each time. And with each time we’ve come to believe this sacred time we’ve been given is less […]

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Miles and states separate us. And yet somehow we’ve found each other. As wives and mothers and artists and owners, as women. Our hearts singing the same song. Sometimes of fullness, sometimes of exhaustion. Sometimes of doubt and sometimes of calling. But always trying with all we are, all we were created to be, to […]

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September has slipped away into history already. And another chapter has started, the fourth year of somehow finding ourselves in this rhythm, calling our life of learning- school and because it is mostly together- homeschooling. I’ve shared over coffee with friends my own story of childhood of sunrises and books in the treehouse and tending baby […]

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