Currently with the Kents (Volume 13)

Currently with the Kents (Volume 13)

Thinking About... Siblings. Growing up it was just me and my younger bro. We were tight. BFFs and always had each other's back. It was and still is a close relationship. 

Charlie, My son, is now 8 months old and I am seeing the Sis-Bro relationship unfold.  I love my children so much. 

I didn't know I could love more...then I married Mike....I didn't know I could love more...then I had Gigi...I didn't know I could love more...then I had Charlie...I didn't know I could love more and then I saw the relationship form between siblings and my heart sings, rejoices, overflows.

The beauty of relationship that God created is truly a wonderful truth to behold.

Love in action.

Watching... Mike and I got a redbox on Saturday and watched "Noah". It was good. I liked it, but it didn't rock my world. There was som beautiful cinematography, but it was of course very hollywood in the plot, but still it was fun to see the story come alive on screen.

Listening to... This song right here. Grounds me. Its my Anthem.


Thankful For... My Alma Mater. I went to one kick-ass school. No Contest. It's the best.  We had an alumni event this weekend at the San Luis Rey Misiion in Oceanside, CA. The surroundings were GORGEOUS...hello!! 

Mike and I both attended and met at Franciscan University. We grew into adults there, we were formed in our faith there, we expanded our minds there, we established friendships that will last forever is and will be forever special to us. We are so grateful for all the gift this University has given us and will continue to give to so many for year and years and years...till the end of time ;)

What about you? What are you CURRENTLY up to?

   A Mama Collective

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