Our spring break was VERY late this year. Needless to say we were ready for a change of scenery, so we headed south the Thursday before Easter and were eager to get to Nashville.
We had a few “pre-order” book launch events scheduled for the week after Easter that we were really looking forward to…but first we were so grateful to spend Easter with Travis’ family. It was the first time we had been able to spend Easter there since Jackson and Reagan were born. The week ended up being more special than we could have ever imagined. Enjoy a few pics below:
Celebrating the resurrection of Jesus- the foundation of our faith. Thank you Lord for Easter Sunday!
In our book, we talk about the spring of 2010 in Tennessee that was an extremely difficult time in our family journey. Fast forward twelve years later, it was absolutely life-giving being there again to reconnect with old friends and re-visit the important people and places along our path. We even enjoyed a special dinner at Sarah & Justin Waters’ home filled with couples who literally prayed us through, fed us, and helped carry us following Bennett’s birth and NICU stay.
This entire spring break visit was honey to our souls…and the support for our book is truly humbling.
I once thought I would spend my life as a working mom and wife, hustling in corporate America while volunteering at both my church and the PTA. Life's numerous curveballs, however, have prompted an evolution: I know consider myself recovering type-A planner.
I am married to my college sweetheart, Travis, and we have three amazing children. Our faith in Jesus is what matters to us the most. Hands down.
When my high school friends voted me "Most Likely to Drive a Minivan," I scoffed and declared that would never happen. Ironically we now own two mini-vans. My favorite one to drive has a ramp for my oldest son Bennett, a quadriplegic. I consider it my greatest honor to chauffeur my three kids around and do life with Travis, my partner in this journey we call life. Our life is not always easy, but it is always beautiful.
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