Tag Archives: James

Say Goodbye, Say Hello

Apr 18

For us, these past Winter months have in many ways been a time of putting things to bed, a time of saying goodbye.  It’s been a season to make peace with letting go of certain things in our lives, things that … Continue reading

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Hope for the Morning Grind

Mar 05

It goes without saying that in the Wolf household our mornings are not exactly one elongated, picture-perfect devotional of thanks to the Lord for a new day.  Try as we might, we just really aren’t morning people, and apparently, James … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas from the Wolfs

Dec 26

We pray your Christmas was a time of abiding peace, despite circumstances of perpetual unrest; a time of deep hope, despite life’s greatest uphill battles; and a time of overcoming love, despite all the voices telling us it could never … Continue reading

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The Sweetness of God

Nov 14

You may remember reading back in September that James loves his new school.    Now, we really loved his little preschool, so this new one had big shoes to fill.  What I didn’t focus much on was how close it is to … Continue reading

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Luxury Problems

Oct 22

About 3 weeks after my leg break, Jay and I returned back home to LA.  Over the past few years, near the beginning of August, my family has gathered in California for our annual summer vacation.  They were all very … Continue reading

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Family Tree

Oct 04

After the family wedding with Jay’s side, we were able to spend some time with my family in Georgia.  Just a couple of days before the leg break, we drove up to the mountains of North Carolina where my Dad’s … Continue reading

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A Family Wedding (The Big Day)

Oct 02

Like any eventful experience, a wedding should communicate multiple layers of meaning.  At the very least, a wedding almost universally reminds the participants of their own wedding, whether the success or failure, the hopeful expectation of what is to be … Continue reading

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The First Week of TK (or BK as some would say)

Sep 11

That little raised hand is actually an accurate depiction of how the 1st week of “Big Kid” School went for James.  “YES, PLEASE!!!!  I’d like some more!” He may have even burst into Annie’s “I think I’m gonna like it here” … Continue reading

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Father/Son Outing

Aug 21

Note from Katherine:  This outing was a special treat for both father and son (and mommy, too, actually).  I had the worst of the hives this night and the guys headed out on an adventure after tucking me into bed at an … Continue reading

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“That 3rd Baby Thing”

Aug 03

Honestly, it’s been a rough few days.  Adding insult to injury, on top of the broken leg, I’ve been feeling horrible and my stomach has been a wreck as a result of my inactivity and pain meds (think sleepless nights … Continue reading

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