Someone asked me the other day a question about adoption, “Is it ever weird for you that your boys have different parents?” I thought about it briefly and my answer was surprisingly quick, “Not really.” I then explained to her that being involved with adoption/ foster care is something we are very passionate about. It… Continue reading Living In Your Purpose
The world is a scary place right now. Our old normal feels so far away. Every where you go people are wearing masks. It’s all necessary, but smiles are hidden and fear seems to be rising amongst our community. It’s amazing how I forgot how much a simple smile affects me. I miss the impact… Continue reading Make This Year About People
April 20th. Many people relate this day to certain things. Don’t be alarmed. I am not about to write about this topic. This day has certain meanings for different people, but this day is extra special to our family because it’s the day we moved to Asheville. I remember closing on our house on this very day in… Continue reading I love 4/20 (just read it)
As you look back on your life, do you have a defining moment where you said YES to a very big decision? Was it hard to do? Did it cost you something? Did it take risk, faith, or did it cause fear? I think it’s safe to say that everyone has had at least one defining moment… Continue reading Say Yes.
“No one ever changes until the pain level gets high enough.” -Shauna Niequest As I drive in the car on the way home from a much needed, short vacation I read these words. I focus and hold onto every word with my being because if I’m being honest, this is me. I’m tired. It’s been a… Continue reading The Pain in Change
I am so glad that you are here and following along. I am extending an internet sized hug from my screen to yours. Welcome! As you might know, my name is Chelsie. I am married to Robbie of seven years and we currently live in Asheville, NC with our two rambunctious boys, Makai and Josiah.… Continue reading Our Back Story