It has been such a strange year, but we have been sure to find ways to celebrate in the midst of social distancing. We celebrated Thanksgiving at home, calling family and friends through the day to share some time together safely. Then, we piled into the car with the dogs for another weekend adventure! This weekend, we drove to the Catskills, in New York to an old one-room schoolhouse that was turned into a cottage. There is no phone signal, no WI-FI, just lots of beautiful scenery and time to talk and be together. We were prepared with a LEGO set and a new JK Rowling book to pass the time. As we reflected this Thanksgiving Day, we are so thankful to have each other, to have good health, a beautiful home, and jobs (or school) that we love.
Our close friends had a new baby and had been in Quarantine so we had them over knowing we were all safe, and needed Friendsgiving!♥️
The photos attached in this blog post are very special to us. When we started our adoption process, we wanted to put together a collage that represented us well. It is so hard to share your life in just one profile. We wanted to be able to provide birth
In the last week of 2020, Erik took our niece and nephew to a lookout about a half hour from our home in Parker, Colorado. They had a nice drive and a short hike and enjoyed the scenic overlook. In the mean time, my sisters, mom and I hung out in a