No wrong answer

The questions I get asked the most by people these days are when are you having another one, will you go through IVF again, and do you want more kids? Here's the tough part, I truly don't know the answer to any of those questions. We haven't decided if we want more kids or if... Continue Reading →

Mother’s Day

Hey friends! I have missed all of you and sharing my heart with you. I hope you all are well, and excited about your three day weekend. Almost 2 weeks ago my husband Bryant and I had the privilege of speaking at my father in law’s church for Mother’s Day. This was the first time... Continue Reading →


Y’ALL I seriously can’t stop thinking about this past weekend! When I thought about the Moms in the Making leader’s retreat I thought we would mainly be discussing things to do with our groups, frolicking through the woods, sharing our stories, and laughing. Once again my expectations were blown out of the water. The things... Continue Reading →

IVF from the passenger’s seat

Before bringing you along on our journey through IVF from the passenger's seat, I want to say thank you to my wife for her bravery for sharing and for what she had to go through to see our desires come to pass. We also couldn’t have made it without the support of family and friends... Continue Reading →

Do it again Lord

What an amazing series this has been! Thank you to all of my friends that participated in telling us about the best years of their lives! We may still have a few more coming in, but for it’s my turn to share. Of course I couldn’t round out this series without sharing my own story.... Continue Reading →

Finding the best you

 We are back this week after technical difficulties last week with our series the best years of our lives. I am so thrilled to introduce you to today’s guest my best friend Karen. We met in high school about 17 years ago, and have been the best of friends ever since! She is the Mama... Continue Reading →

My Not So Best Year

by Katie Karr When I was asked to discuss the best year of my life, I initially declined. Immediately. Thinking and writing about the past is not the easiest thing for me. The past is the past, and, especially when it consists of some fairly painful highlights, I incline to dismiss the conversation. Yet, I... Continue Reading →

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