Our Thanksgiving in central Arkansas was great this year. The twins were the perfect age to have fun running around in the woods, throwing rocks in the lake, and jumping in mud puddles. Baby B got to come with us, and he had a great time too. Our family needed this time to rest and relax and prepare for the Christmas season.
1. Letter from Berlin: The Lessons of History and the Heresy of Racial Superiority by Dr. Albert Mohler
This information was difficult for me to find (other than the estimates that the adoption agency provided) when we were looking into embryo adoption for the first time a few years ago, so hopefully this will be helpful to you if you’re considering embryo adoption.
We’re going to tell you a little story, and Andy’s going to help (he’s pretty excited about it…)
Well, it’s official… thanks to you guys, we’ve beaten the blogging odds and survived a full year!
When Lisa and I decided to start a blog together in May of 2013, we knew we had a lot of planning and researching to do before just jumping right in. During those 4 months of planning, I think it’s safe to say that most of our time went to designing our graphics. Seems crazy since our first design was so simple, right? Oh boy, if you only knew how many times we changed our minds though.
A few weeks ago, our Arkansan friend Sarah Jo contacted us about participating in a blog hop. We had no idea what it was, and she hadn’t either before she was contacted about it – so we agreed to learn alongside her.
A blog hop is when bloggers get together and answer a few common questions about how/why we do what we do. It’s been interesting to follow the links backwards and see all the other bloggers who have “hopped” – their passions, what makes them unique, and what drives them to write.
Sarah Jo is a sweet woman, and a challenging blogger. She’s passionate, creative, and has a great voice & writing style. She challenges her readers about social issues, finding beauty & joy in the mess of everyday life, and giving thanks to God for all things big & (seemingly) small. Check out her blog hop post (though she speaks way too highly of us), and follow her blog for weekly encouragement & challenges.