Tag Archives: foster care

everyone deserves family memories

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Wendy’s. All opinions are 100% mine. As you experience life, you come to understand that families are different. When Jonny married into my crazy crew of relatives, he noticed something. Something that I’d … Continue reading

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5 myths about foster care

May is National Foster Care Month. Misconceptions and myths abound when it comes to foster care, so when Bethany Christian Services asked me to share this infographic, I didn’t only learn a few things, but I knew I wanted to … Continue reading

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the kimball family: from zero to three

What does your family look like right now? My family consists of my husband Derek, who is a high school math teacher, Viola who is 6, Gideon who will be 5 in December and Charlotte who is 4 months old. … Continue reading

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a real foster care adoption story

I’m so thrilled to introduce you to my amazing friend Kaia. I met her last year and she is just the type of mom I want to be. She’s hilarious and creative and compassionate and just the type of woman … Continue reading

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swell forever company launch + heirloom gift giveaway

Swell Forever is a fresh + charming company recently launched in Atlanta. When Brooke, the company’s founder, e-mailed me about the beautiful brand, I was immediately smitten with the heirloom items — and, most importantly, the heart behind them. Proceeds from … Continue reading

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my friend natalie

November is National Adoption Month. I think the best way to understand adoption is to hear the stories. To see the faces and know the names and feel the heartbeat of people all around us who have caught a glimpse … Continue reading

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why orphan sunday matters

Today, a lot of people gather to remember + advocate + brainstorm how we can come together to deeply care for, serve, and love children who are forgotten. Children of all ages, in all locations, who are not being cared … Continue reading

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