Clarity Comes with Movement
Do you ever feel stuck?
Ever wonder why you feel like you can't get any traction?
It happens to all of us. On this episode, we talk about some big transitions we're in the middle of and why things won't become clear until you start taking steps. Oh, and fear. Lots of talk about fear.
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Tessa & Derek
On this episode, we talk about some big transitions we're in the middle of and why things won't become clear until you start taking steps. Oh, and fear. Lots of talk about fear.
Derek and I have had many ideas in our marriage. And we love to be a little unconventional at times. Call it the rebel in us to go against the grain, to swim upstream.
It's already been almost 2 months since our newest member, Wilde Hope, came onto the scene. She's already changed and grown so much since her birth and we're trying to soak up all these precious tiny days with her.
This is the fast and furious birth story of our third little girl. This is part 2 of the birth story but the good stuff is in this post ;)
When we got pregnant back in September 2017, just eight months after the stillbirth of our baby girl, I knew this pregnancy would bring many emotions.
I'm so excited to annouce the birth of our 3rd daughter! And now the chances of us having a boy isn't looking very good.
We’re getting real excited over here as we’re day’s away from getting welcome our rainbow babe. Could still be weeks, so who’s counting?
Each year I try to get a sense for what this year will bring and I try to give it a theme. A word to hold onto when maybe things get hard.
When my friend Korie Lynn told me she was creating a modern baby book, I was elated and couldn't wait to get my hands on it!
Raising the next generation of world changers is a freaking hard job. And, I’m not even in thick of that stage yet.