Angie grew up in a small town in rural Pennsylvania. She was, and remains, very close with her mom, twin sister and nephews who still reside in the area. They speak regularly and visit one another as much as they can. Growing up, Angie’s family prioritized time together. They would sit down for dinner together most nights of the week and every summer would go on their annual beach trip. One of her most cherished family traditions was their Christmas Eve celebration, which we still continue to this day.
Erin is an only child and is incredibly close with her parents who are now in this area. She is also close with aunts, uncles and cousins, many of whom live close by. She loves visiting her parents, and their dog, Maddie, in the mountains where relaxing and spending quality time together is top priority. This means curling up on the deck (even when it’s cold), talking walks to the lake or playing games. Our family loves any excuse to spend time together.
We love holidays with family and hope to host our first Thanksgiving soon!
We truly have an amazing group of friends. Through our dragon boat team, we have met amazing women that are an incredible support to us. Erin has a group of friends dating back 20 years. Although separated by distance, they keep in touch as much as possible. Over the years, the individuals have grown to be families and the next generation loves the get-togethers as much as the adults. It truly does take a village. And, along with our family, these friends are our village.