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Let me start by getting the elephant out of the room...no, I’m not pregnant. But, the older my little girl gets, the more I begin to ponder having another child. I miss rocking her to sleep at night, her tiny hands snuggled close. I often think about the first time she smiled, her first steps, the way her eyes light up in wonder. I want that back again, a new journey with an expanding family full of love and support. But there are thoughts that are holding me back. Insecurities that take over my daydreaming and cause me to pause and rethink. Here’s the thing, I wasn’t...

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I have an inquiring mind. There are all kinds of things I ask God. For example. Mosquitos. Why? From small curiosities to geo-political inequities, from little inconveniences to situations that seem tragically unfair, I generally have a swirl of a question mark hovering within my prayer life at all times. You would think with all the prayerful querying going on I would have covered just about every topic. But there was something I forgot to ask God. Something that had to do with my own life and my own decision making.  I’ve always asked God about which jobs to take, which boy...

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“Times, they are a-changing.” You can hear it, can’t you? Bob Dylan mumbling arguably some of the most timeless lyrics possible. Times will always be changing, especially for us as parents. Not a week goes by that my son doesn’t turn to me after watching an ad on TV and say, “Daddy, I don’t like making wishes…but I really want one of those toys for my birthday.” Son, in 11 months, you’ll want something new. However, it’s not that his wants are always changing. It’s that what is offered to him is. This is a massive pain point...

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