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January.

January is such a gift after the busyness of December. Everyone seems a little burnt out from the festivities, travel, and celebration and we all just hunker down and breathe a little. We have had lots of togetherness this month, … Continue reading

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The year of broken bodies.

2018 was such a full year. When I did that Instagram most-liked post generator thing, it was clear that 2018 could be summed up as the year of the Daughter and the Degree. Every picture either focused on Etta’s arrival … Continue reading

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Festive.

Somehow we are already here- the weekend before Christmas! Friday’s are the day that I have childcare all day and my semester ended last week so it means that today was Hannah’s Christmas Spectacular. The goal was to wrap all … Continue reading

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The Christmas letter draft that didn’t make the cut…

…. accompanied by the out-takes that didn’t make the cut for the official card. Because you know I am always down for sharing the outtakes. Dear family, friends, and distant friends who receive a card late after I guiltily receive … Continue reading

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Highs and Lows since last we spoke.

High: November in DC is the absolute best and this year might have been the prettiest it has ever looked. Low: Amazon announced this area as their new HQ2 so I have been utterly despondent that we will now officially … Continue reading

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Final fall things.

Maybe it is because Thanksgiving fell as early as possible this year, or maybe it is because summer held on extra long, but fall has felt so short this year. While it’s always sad to see those pretty leaves go … Continue reading

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The Planner Round-Up

With Henry, I remember the moment really well. He was about 5 months old and I was standing in the kitchen pouring a glass of water from the filter pitcher. My legs were getting wetter and wetter and it took … Continue reading

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