Category Archives: Letters from Home

Stories and photos from Kim’s life

This is a story, that for me, began nearly fifteen years ago, on the third floor of Benson Hall. That was when I first met Chrystal, another freshman who lived a few doors down in my dorm, and would soon become one of my most treasured, life-long friends. We prayed with each other through the hardest […]

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She loves being held upside down, grabbing my mouth, chewing on her fingers and everything within reach, flapping her arms, watching her brothers play and riding on my back (in the Tula wrap). She squeals when she laughs and has the most pitiful cry, which is fortunately rare. She loves being tickled and recently started […]

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My husband and I are both the oldest child in our families. We also happened to be the first to get married and the first to have kids among our siblings. I grew up with a lot of cousins, so I could not wait for my kids to have cousins, too! Well, it finally happened, and […]

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This weekend marked another milestone for my baby girl, Elli: her first snow fall!  I noticed she had the very same expression on her face as she did when she was born. It must be the look she gets when she sees something for the very first time. She gets the “Elvis lip” and sort […]

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I am officially open for business once again! It feels good to pick up the camera once again. (Haha, I never really put it down, who are we kidding?) I have mixed feelings, leaving Elli at home to go shoot, but I realize I do have to share her with daddy sometimes, right? She is such […]

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