Monthly Archives: March 2016

boy or girl? and a freshly picked moccs giveaway

It’s a bit surreal, but in few weeks, another little one is joining our crew. (Boy or girl? What do you think? Yes, we know! And no, we aren’t telling! Hehe.) Thanks to the whirlwind adoption of our amazing little Miss Eliza, we’ll essentially … Continue reading

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a true story of hope: the world is smaller than we think

When I hear of the Syrian refugee crisis, I often think of my great-grandparents, who fled Germany with their two young daughters during WWII. Their ability to resettle in the U.S. was only because of the kindness, compassion, and generosity of an Iowa … Continue reading

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more alike than different: world down syndrome day

Today, 3-21, is World Down Syndrome Day, and my first of many celebrating as a mama to a little one with Down syndrome. By no means am I an expert on the extra chromosome, but I’m eager to share a … Continue reading

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little love letters from God

Reading to our children is so important. And in this season of babies and toddlers, I’m all for finding sweet books that share the story of God’s big love. We’re fans of Love Letters from God, which was such a big … Continue reading

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