Today is the final day to apply for my Book Launch Community for A Different Beautiful! Read more about my launch team and then go here to fill out a very short application. I have 100 spots open, and I’d love to see you be a part of this fun and encouraging community leading up to the release of my book!
In other news, here’s a round-up of some of my favorite reads, links and family moments recently…
One of my recent reads has been a favorite for this year so far – On Fire: The 7 Choices to Ignite a Radically Inspired Life by John O’Leary! John was severely burned in a fire when he was 9 years old, and his book is a tremendous testament to the resiliency of the human body and soul and the power of attitude in life. On Fire was released in March, and I highly recommend it!
“Her worst-case scenario is my normal.” This post by Sandra Peoples is eye-opening and encouraging for special needs parents.
My friend Courtney released a fantastic booklet for families this summer to encourage a focus on serving others. And the best part? All proceeds are being donated to the nonprofit CARE for AIDS, which provides resources and care for HIV-positive parents in Kenya. It’s an adorable booklet that will start conversations with your kids about how to serve and love those around them, and benefits this amazing cause.
Brenna pushed her stroller up to me at the library and announced, “Look at my baby! My beautiful baby!” (Which is pretty much exactly what I always want to say about her and Connor!)
Brenna is starting to want to soak and play by herself for a while during her bath routine now. I love the independence…and that cute little head!
Connor pulled us down the hallway at his school’s Art Night to show us his masterpiece!
When you want a photo shoot with your kitty and he’s not facing forward. Show your best side, Boston. Doesn’t he look thrilled??
May you have a weekend full of dazzling beauty, relaxation, laughter, peace and purpose!
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