5 Things We Gained From Moving Across the Country

Recently, I finished up a photo album from our time living, working, and going to school in the Appalachian mountains.

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Looking Past the Hocus Pocus

As the early evenings creep in, and the darker side of the year is joined by chilly weather, we begin

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Our Top 10 List of Classic Children’s Books at Six Months

These are our favorite classics. Little Fur Family by Margaret Wise Brown has the best opening line: “There was a

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Turning, Balancing, and Tilting: Celebrating the Autumnal Equinox

As I reread my spring equinox post (and last fall I completely skipped over the autumnal equinox most likely because

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Love & Dedication: “We Laugh, We Cry”

This wonderful weekend went quickly. We celebrated our son’s dedication to the Unitarian Universalist church we attend with all the

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Therapeutic Thursday: Counselors, What Mental Health Texts Are On Your Shelf?

I tried my best to rent all my books in college or buy the cheapest versions online to save money.

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Therapeutic Thursday: Relationship Bill of Rights

After posting this, I’ve been wanting to start a “Therapeutic Thursday,” because counseling topics are fun. Really? Yes, really. Counseling

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One Hundred Days of Harvest

As the summer winds down, we can’t help but take a moment to hold fast to this last week before

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Humans & Holidays: Reflections on the Summer Solstice

It’s come to our attention that many people are unfamiliar with spirituality around Earth-based traditions — even strongly opposed to them

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What it Means to Have a Son

Since becoming parents, we’ve realized what it means to be the mother and father of a son. Whatever the heck you want

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