Grace on Repeat

At least once a night, I'll go into Lucy's bedroom and rock her back to sleep.

She has always gone to bed easily (something we do NOT take for granted), but recently Lucy has been struggling. Bedtime has become somewhat of a battle. She'll be two next month and now she's interested in what the grown-ups are doing after her bedtime (which is really none of her business). She'll fuss and cry and make generally unpleasant sounds until one of us comes in to rock her, and it usually takes just a few minutes until she's settled enough to put back in her crib. Usually. But there are some nights when this is not the case. Monday was one of those nights.

Current Reads

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So much cool stuff has been happening over here lately. Pierce and I are leading a group table at our church's Parent Unscripted event this month and last Saturday I officiated my best friend's wedding! (More on that later.) I'm also going to the Taylor Swift concert this weekend with my sister-in-law, so I probably won't be able to speak on Sunday morning. (WORTH IT.)

After the "Yes"

This week marks the one-year anniversary of the night I sat binge-watching Gilmore Girls on Netflix in my pajamas and - right in the middle of Rory and Dean's first date - received the email that changed my life:


Great news! We are all in agreement on the direction of the story. 

The editors conversed and agreed we'd like to move forward with the contract stage of negotiations. You can expect a contract to be forthcoming early next week. 

We look forward to working with you to flesh out Emma, Jesse, and Andy's stories and making a statement to the teen community on the dangers of bullying!  

Thank you so much!

Bookfish Books