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This last weekend, we found an absolute treasure of a family hiking spot up near Bellingham. Squires Lake, makes me want to grab a megaphone and shout from the rooftops, because I know so many of my friends want to hike with their families, but finding a trail that’s both kid-friendly and also enjoyable for adults is tricky. Discovering an awesome hike for adults is one thing, but when I stumble across one that’s perfect for tiny hikers, my excitement rises to an entire different level. This hike is practically perfect.  It had been a few weeks since our last...

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Every year, Halloween rolls around.  And I don’t buy costumes because for whatever reason my brain thinks I can (and should) make them. The problem is, I don’t.  I think about it all the time in the weeks leading up to the Big Day and feel the stress build.  And then I scramble the week of Halloween through picked-over costume displays to land on something my kid might get excited about. Here’s what I’ve discovered about myself:  I love the idea of making costumes and the satisfaction that comes from displaying a finished product.  But that...
This post originally appeared on the Jen Hatmaker blog. During the first week of October, I suffered inexplicable sadness for our Ethiopian kids, yet unknown to us. I couldn’t quit crying. I couldn’t stop worrying. I felt heavy and dark without knowing why. With tears burning at the slightest provocation, I threw my emotions into the Facebook ring for some backup. From adopting friends, a common thread rose up: “God is prompting you to pray for your children for some reason. You don’t know them yet, but he knows they are yours. Intercede for them this week, then...

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