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She | Kelly Lubbee

She | Kelly Lubbee

Hands to Hold

There’s a new thing our daughter loves (and at times doesn’t really like) to do. We pour out all the pegs or her box of crayons and she, one by one, picks them up and places them into her right hand to hold onto. You can imagine the scenario as slowly but surely her hand cannot hold anymore of the items she tries to take hold of. Her hands are so small and can only hold 3 or 4 crayons or pegs but she’ll always try and squeeze just one more into it and this often leads to  ...

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Marriage, She | Kelly Lubbee

Sticky Love

Lee was listening to a podcast recently titled “Sticky Church” and in there was a lot of information on how churches can help to keep community lasting longer than the ‘Amen’ a the end of a sermon. Some good stuff in there if you’re interested to listen to it yourself. But I found myself equating this title to marriage. So many marriages have all the energy and effort going into the dating, the engagement and the big lavish wedding but not much time spent  ...

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She | Kelly Lubbee

Sit Still

It’s been a very long time since I last posted and by no means does that mean I’ve been doing no growing, no learning and no note taking from life’s little lessons. Quite the opposite. On the daily I am being challenged on who I am, how I am and what I am. I am figuring out that my actions do affect those around me as I am constantly with a baby who mimics me and who watches my every move. In this mom journey, there is no hiding place. Taylor has really gained a home in my heart. She has  ...

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She | Kelly Lubbee

The Conditions of Unconditional Love

As a Christian, my main aim is to pursue, and be more like, Jesus. That’s it in the simplest form. Being an aim, sometimes we miss the mark and gosh, I have seen this within me more since Taylor was born. Recently I saw myself totally not living up to this call. Let’s start with a story about Sunday… This past week Lee had taken a long weekend off to be with Taylor and me. We had some things planned but as most parents with babies will know, don’t really put plans in  ...

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