Traveling Internationally with a Baby

Traveling Internationally with a Baby

Before heading off on our first international trip with a 1 year old, I did research and talked to experienced friends about what to expect. I didn’t really find a lot of applicable advice online because my guess is that sensible people aren’t traveling...
A Fresh Take: The Pregnant Immigrant

A Fresh Take: The Pregnant Immigrant

**This is not a political post** Once upon a time, a teenager became pregnant. She was really excited about it, but her boyfriend wasn’t. See, he was not the father of the baby. Things were a little dicey between them for a bit. The teen was an immigrant living...
The Power of Your Heartbeat

The Power of Your Heartbeat

I’ve found immense pleasure in my new role as mom. (What’s with all the negativity, people?) My husband and I laughed through the first few weeks of her life at all the hilarious facial expressions and totally normal things like sneezing that surprised...
Social Media: Our Rush to Relevancy

Social Media: Our Rush to Relevancy

2016 has been such an diverse news year here in the US. And of course, after all of the media storm is over about one thing, something else pops up and sweeps up everyone’s attention. People have been so annoyed about the conversations going on that memes have...
Travel Summary of 2015

Travel Summary of 2015

Never before have I traveled as much in one year as I traveled last year. We have many people and God to thank for giving us that time in those places. It was a gift and an adventure I will not soon forget. A friend of mine somehow remembered a majority of the places...
Zambia: Life on the Other Side of the World

Zambia: Life on the Other Side of the World

We’ve always wanted to get out to see the mission hospital in Zambia which has been and still is such a huge part of my husband’s (and in-laws) life. We were so privileged to go out and really see life in Zambia first hand. We have so many stories and...
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