Let's take a second to all acknowledge that my family cleans up good. Also that Nate wears flip flops and Caleb goes barefoot to weddings. #classy
PS. You should invite my family - Nate, Caleb, brothers, sisters, sisters in law, brother in law, niece, and nephew - to all your weddings. We rock on the dance floor. Not even kidding. Also I like teaching everyone at weddings how to line dance to Cotton Eyed Joe.
Also, goodness, you guys, I just can't keep up with life right now! Between packing to move, Nate having a week off word (yay staycation), and trying to say goodbye to all our friends in Portland I've realized blogging has to go for a hot second. From now until we're settled into our new home (Which... Guess what... We don't know when that will be since they're replacing floorboards. Basically we'll be homeless for a few days) My blog is going to be silent. :-( I'll still be sending out prompts for the Solidarity Sisters and will still be running the top secret beta test facebook blogging group that Stephanie and I have been secretly planning but I won't be writing posts for a week and a half or two.
If you can't stand going that long without Simple Moments Stick here are a few of my favorite blog posts from the archives to keep you entertained. You're welcome.
Our Love Story
The Sixth Love Language
At Home Date Nights
Giving Ourselves Grace for Our Marriage Post Baby
Let's Talk About What Submission ISN'T
How to Protect Your Marriage Before It Needs Protecting
Five Ways to Love Your Husband Postpartum
Your Husband CAN Be Your Best Friend
Let's Start a Revolution!
Nate's Not My Spiritual Leader
Caleb's Birth Story
The Sexualization of Babies
My Real and Raw Advice for Mamas to Be
Stop Body Shaming My Baby
Ways to Fit Exercise Into Your Post Baby Schedule
When Mother's Day Doesn't Go As You've Planned
A Woman I'd Like to Be
Santa, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy Walked Into a Bar
Once Upon a Time...
Dear Strangers at Winco...
Prescriptive vs. Descriptive
I Don't Do Evangelism
Is There Something Wrong With Your Faith?
I Desire to Be Eshet Chayil
A Contemporary Girl with a Liturgical Heart
But I'm Flat Broke!
A Feminist Who's Sick of Feminism
Dear Sister Who Struggles
The Problem with Blessings
Helpmeet or Co-Warrior?