How the people we’ve lost still move through us.

My Lolo died when I was three. If anyone ever asked me if it were possible to love someone without really knowing them, I would nod my head fervently because this is how I felt about him. The only memories I have with my Lolo are just from the old home videos I've seen of… Continue reading How the people we’ve lost still move through us.

Finding My Place in Motherhood

Writing this at 1am. Baby is sleeping soundly in his crib to the sounds of ocean waves on the speaker. I wish I could have written a post like this sooner but between finding a moment to rest my eyes and comforting baby close to me, there has really been little time to dedicate myself… Continue reading Finding My Place in Motherhood

More Than a Food Baby: A Happy Announcement

I took my first pregnancy test on a November afternoon. Jay was with me. We laid in bed staring at the ceiling, talking through all of our emotions. “What if it’s positive?”“I really don’t think you’re pregnant… you’re always late on your period.”“But what if.” It took me a long time to build the kind… Continue reading More Than a Food Baby: A Happy Announcement

Meet The Wengderfuls / Oct 21, 2018

My family and I had the pleasure of attending my cousin’s beautiful wedding this weekend. The weather was perfect, the lighting was that ideal dusky blue as the sun was setting behind the mountains. Open bar, donut bar, BOBA BAR!!! It was truly magical. And I loved being able to see all of my family… Continue reading Meet The Wengderfuls / Oct 21, 2018

RiSE Lantern Festival in Jean, Nevada

Hi everyone, it’s been awhile since my squishy, mildly arthritic fingers have touched this keyboard to write a new blog post for you all. Since I’ve last been here, a lot has changed, and a lot of me has changed with all of that change, but I think in a good way. I’ll have to… Continue reading RiSE Lantern Festival in Jean, Nevada