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Apology Pie

Monday, October 21, 2019

Words & Photography
by Shelby Goodman


Our best seasons in marriage have always been marked by intentionally trying to out-love/out-serve each other. It’s so so easy to get lazy in marriage and much harder to intentionally choose someone else over yourself. 
He’s so much better about leaving me love notes but this ought to one-up him. Our best seasons in marriage have always been marked by intentionally trying to out-love/out-serve each other. It’s so so easy to get lazy in marriage and much harder to intentionally choose someone else over yourself. To be honest, I’ve been kinda sucking at it lately, but I 10/10 recommend saying I’m sorry with an apology pie.

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Coming Back To Myself

Friday, October 18, 2019

Words & Photography
by Holly Morgan


Motherhood has a way of pulling us apart and slowly putting us back together in a new form. These early postpartum days have made me love and nurture the pieces of myself that I felt were loosening.
Motherhood has a way of pulling us apart and slowly putting us back together in a new form. These early postpartum days have made me love and nurture the pieces of myself that I felt were loosening. Preparing a meal is one way I can slow down, be intentional, and come back to myself in the most nourishing way.

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Autumn Bucket List

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Words & Photography
by Jacinthe Hall



Our autumn bucket list:
Apple picking
Visit to the pumpkin patch
Corn maze
Harry Potter marathon
Hike in the forest
Drink hot apple cider
Bake some snickerdoodles
Read all of our autumn books from our book basket
Jumping in a leaf pile
Pumpkin carving
Autumn craft
Make s’mores
What is on your bucket list??

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Fall Layers

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Words & Photography
by Olivia Jane



Fall layers made all the more special
because they belonged to his older brother first.

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The Best Three Words

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Words & Photography
by Kay Kroshus


I may have jumped up and down and squealed and cried happy tears, all while she laughed at my silliness.
As I laid Mia down for her nap today, I gave her a kiss and told her I love her. She responded for the first time with the best three words a mama can hear (and as clear as day)...“I love you!” I may have jumped up and down and squealed and cried happy tears, all while she laughed at my silliness. Still pinching myself that I get to be the one to love her and be by her side forever.
 

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