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Spring 2021 Launch!

It is (almost) officially spring! Normally, fall is my favorite season. Every year I am just shocked by the beauty and color in creation. But this year... spring is just getting to me. The faithfulness of God to bring beauty and new life after a long winter and even longer year just has me full of joy and hope. So, we are celebrating with the release of our Spring 2021 Line! So many new goodies: onesies, adult tees and sweatshirts, bows and headbands, and brand new stickers! The collection will officially be live tomorrow (March 20), but I'm running through all the new stuff today so you can be prepared :) I hope you guys are as excited as I...

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Memory Keeping

A few weeks ago, I was at my parent’s house and I was looking at one of the hundred pictures displayed of me and my siblings, and I realized that in that photo, we were the same age that my own children are now. One of my favorite shirt designs (and soon to be onesie designs!) that we sell is the one that says, “These Are the Days”, because I truly believe it. These are the days that we will look back on when we are older and remember with fondness and love and maybe even a little disbelief that we made it through.  So, let’s talk memory keeping. If you’ve been around my social media pages for long, you...

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32 Things

I turn 32 today! I thought it'd be fun to share 32 things, big and small, about my life... so here we go: I have always wanted to be a red head. I was a competitive swimmer my entire life. I guess “competitive” is doing a lot of work there- I wasn’t ever great, but I swam on a team from the age of 7 years old. Speaking of competitive, I’m not a competitive person. The first fight my now-husband and I got in was during a game of Cranium because I wasn’t molding clay fast enough. I became a Christian in 2011 when I was a freshman in college. I went to college at the University of South Alabama...

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Homeschool (Jan 2021)

“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.” (Robert Louis Stevenson) Like so many of you, really all of you, our schooling journey has changed since March of 2020. Which, side note, was almost a year ago. How are we almost a year removed from the month that everything changed? It seems insane. Anyway, the point. We’re now five months in to homeschooling and have started to settle into a good routine. I am by no means an expert or the most qualified person to talk to about this, but I thought I’d share the rhythm that we’ve found and the products that we love. Another side note: I just spelled rhythm...

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Happy New Year!

Blogging seems to be a lost art form these days, and yet, here we are. I wanted a place to share more about our life and favorite things with you all, so let's see how this goes. I'm going to kick it all off with one of my favorite things to talk about: intention setting. “We become what we behold.” (Ruth Chou Simons) I remember reading this sentence in 2018 and feeling it in my core. I realized that I didn’t want to be a passive participant in my life anymore. I wanted to take charge of the things that I was letting into my life and be intentional about who I was becoming: as a mother, wife, friend, and follower...

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