I used to think my children would stay young forever. I thought there would always be another tea party, another puppet show, another story to read. When they grew up, I was shocked. Flabbergasted as if it happened over night. One moment I was combing unruly little girl’s curls and wrestling them into pink bows and the next minute we were discussing dating and then those girls kissed me goodbye. Life is not static. It moves. Ebbs and flows. As soon as you think you have something figured out, it changes, like a chameleon.
Some Positive Changes Ahead
My Three Girls(click to read more) have always been poetic souls. Readers. Writers. Watchers. All three of them.
It seems like yesterday that Amerey was doodling her name in my journal, all crooked and swirly. And Audrey wrote stories all day long about other worlds and other languages. Now they are all grown up with families of their own. Not only do they have families-they have ideas, wisdom, knowledge and something to contribute on Positive Adoption. Yep. They are joining the team and the youngest lady- Ania continues in her role as photographer.(pun intended if you remember rolling film)
Amerey Campbell is the second of my seven children. She is a wife and mother and lover of Jesus. Amerey’s days are filled with chasing a toddler, laughing with her husband, trying Pinterest projects, cheering on the WVU Mountaineers, and reading books. Her favorite things are sunshine and chili. If you could only use two words to describe her, they would be music and mercy. She’s probably writing most of her posts on her iPhone while her daughter hides the clean laundry under furniture.
Audrey Simmons is a fun person. She is the oldest of my children,.Her experience in helping raise six siblings shows in her stunning Mothering and wife skills. She has four amazing small humans (two identical ones) living in her house, as well as one husband. She is a creative thinker and always has n project going on for her children. She shares deep and witty conversations with her husband. A top-notch advice giver, Audrey often exhibits her multi-tasking skills by having many conversations at once via the Internet. She speaks fluent toddler, and is a praise worthy writer. If you are ever looking for her, she is usually hiding out in her kitchen in the morning drinking coffee and eating a Cadbury egg.
Amerey is blogging every other Thursday, starting tomorrow!
Audrey will blog on Tuesdays starting April 28th.
I will continue to post on Mondays, Wednesdays, every other Thursday and occasionally Fridays.
Three ladies blogging.
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