Watch Knox Grow // Two Months

Knox 2 months2 month Collage

I cannot even believe our little dude is two months old!! I don’t know about most 2 month olds, but it feels like Knox has already done a lot in 2 short months:

  • He moved to a new state.
  • He moved out of Mimi’s and into his first home.
  • He officially became a “staff kid,” since Stuart and I completed raising our initial support with Athletes in Action. 
  • He took his first trip to Ikea, where he proceeded to have not one, not two, but THREE blow outs, getting poop all over himself, his carseat and ME.
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15 Things I’ve Learned in the First 2 Months of Motherhood.

15 things motherhood

  1. Coffee is magic in a mug. On average I reheat my coffee 2-3 times a day before I can actually finish it between feedings, playtime and nap time, but it’s pretty much my lifeline. Thank goodness for microwaves.
  2. Recovery from birth WILL eventually come. It might not seem like you will ever be able to walk, or sit, or go to the bathroom normally again.
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71 Weeks Later…

Pssst, Knox has some “beary” exciting news to share with you…



71 weeks ago, Stuart and I began a journey that completely changed our lives. We uprooted ourselves, put all our belongings in his parents basement, became nomads, and began raising support for our new ministry with Athletes in Action. 

Before we starting raising funds, we attended a training conference where we met some amazing other people who were also beginning their journey of raising support.

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Make it Happen.


“You know all those things you’ve always wanted to do? You should go do them!”

In the constant chase for perfection women find themselves worried, anxious, and completely overwhelmed. Working women want to take their careers to the next level, but are struggling to “do it all.” Stay-at-home moms look for relief from burning the candle at both ends. Aspiring entrepreneurs and artists seek the courage to jump into a new venture.

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