Category Archives: teenagers

dancing with the highs & the lows

we laid there & laughed, fairly loudly actually. especially since it was only 5 something in the morning. we hadView full post »

my little chalkboard wall projects

you guys know i am all about my personal disclaimers. so allow me to begin by stating the obvious. these photos are fromView full post »

that they know jesus

i spend a lot of time thinking about mothering & assessing how i think it’s all going. not unlike most everyView full post »

an equestrian session with two beautiful sisters

i hope to get back in the swing of sharing some of my sessions with you. often times my busiest season of sessionsView full post »

while we become & the christmas card

earlier this week i sat beside a dear friend as we worshipped together and listened to stories of hope at a largeView full post »

18 & brave

i am certain highschool for this generation is completely different than highschool days were for me. i’ve watchedView full post »

speak what is true

i think it’s the angst of all those who are the youngest of  families to want to be known for their own-selves.View full post »

conversations with teenagers. oh the places you’ll go.

this past weekend surely should win an award for most interesting conversations with my girls. i’m throwing no oneView full post »

happy girls are the prettiest~ audrey hepburn

if i had to choose one word to describe emi, it would be a close tie between loyal & happy.  she’s honestlyView full post »

new beginnings

  we’ve been celebrating new beginnings around here lately. high school graduations, internships &View full post »

my love:hate with may

i love may. i hate may. well that’s a little harsh but COME. ON. is may the nuttiest, busiest, full of fun eventsView full post »

thoughts on parenting & great oaks for HIS glory

last night we celebrated our seniors at church. a huge bunch of creative kids who truly SHINE, not just in theirView full post »

reflect jesus to them

“i effing hate you. you mean nothing to me. you’re not my real mama. i want to tear up the adoption papersView full post »

the bookends & imagine dragons

savannah was 8 years old when caroline was born. not only does savannah exhibit true first born characteristics, i guessView full post »

be the heroine

i’ve never done sad very well. i can still remember our family room in nashville. dark wood paneling. tv on theView full post »