Life "After" infertility. Being, becoming, midlife-ing, parenting...
But no whistling.
Wow that is one gorgeous child! Such a beautiful photo Kate.Also, your wolves dream is intense. My thinking would be that there is a lot of teaching moving in to your life, if you follow the symbolism of these amazing animals.xo, Shelagh
I look at this picture and can't help but think how incredibly blessed you are. Yes, I know life can be overwhelming to the point of major suckyness, and you've had more than your share, but when I see this beautiful little girl, all I can think is how God smiled upon you by giving you such a gift.
OMG, this picture made my morning. What a scrumptious baby girl!
Oh my goodness gracious.
Adorable. And I agree, the wolves dream is intense-- and your faith in the face of fear to reach out to the wolf and then welcome not one but many into your home? That's the Kate that is fiercely brave, completely gentle and a beautiful gift to the world. BTW, I am sorry that I don't comment as often as I used to, I friggin' hate captchas, so now I only comment if I see something I just can't NOT comment on.
Okay, this is the most scrumptious child I have seen (aside from my own, of course). I just want to eat those chubby cheeks and arms up. What a precious, precious girl. You are insanely blessed! :)
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