we’re asked by precious friends, family, and even strangers every day how we’re doing, and i always struggle to find the answer to that question. the reality of this journey is that it’s wrought with both overwhelming joy and immense sorrow; to be honest, the weight of all we’re facing and what’s to come would be crushing apart from the cross of christ and the Hope it brings. today, on the twins’ two month birthday, josh and i decided to share a glimpse into our life since november 24, and we pray that you’ll see an honest picture of trial, but more importantly, the reflection of a good and loving Father who upholds, sustains, encourages, and fills His children with a peace that passes understanding.






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8 Responses to two months of life as seen through my iphone

  1. Angela,
    I had a “quick look” at your last 2 months story, and I was completely drawn in. What a remarkable story. Good for you. I love the way God had such a great outcome. Not knowing is hard, though, and we have to just trust. I’m a fellow wedding photographer (with 4 children, who were also my catalyst into photography). I’d love to have coffee. Are you too busy to get out of the house??
    Laura Louise Perkinson
    Laura Louise Images

  2. Dee says:

    I read the story about the twin’s birth and wanted to know more. I am completely in awe of your family. Little Miss Ava is adorable. The photo of her with her little purple hat.. absolutely precious. God bless!!!

  3. Is your baby girl still alive? I hope so!

  4. Elizabeth says:

    How can a child be more loved? !!!!!!
    Sending you strenght….

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  6. […] “The reality of this journey is that it’s wrought with both overwhelming joy and immense sorrow,” she wrote. […]

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