We made it! One month away from home wasn’t so bad after all. When we first started on the journey of getting ready for camp there were so many anxieties. But like in every other situation in my life, God was gracious toward us and allowed me to feel peace during our time away.
Carrington was a real trooper. She did a great job in the car both going and coming. I was able to pump and felt set up really well thanks to my wonderful hubby.
I still can’t believe how fast the month passed. I feel like I was just sitting on the sofa holding Carrington dreading everything that was still left to do.
Learning to make uncomfortable decisions is something that I feel the Lord continues to show me. Realizing that our life isn’t going to look traditional and trusting him in the most challenging circumstances will make it that much easier for me to continue deepen my faith and trust him without any doubt.
Gearing up for camp was uncomfortable but I met the Lord in my discomfort. Being uncomfortable is just where we are meant to be as a family. I’m learning to be ok with that.
The property and staff at Timber Wolf Lake a Young Life camp was a blessing. The beautiful weather. Great food. Feeling Gods presence everywhere made it month hag much easier.
Since being home ALL bags are unpacked. Harley is back chasing the bunnies in our backyard and we couldn’t be more excited about what the Lord is doing in our lives and did our family while away.
Carrington is growing, growing, growing! She now weighs 12 lbs, she’s rolling over, talking, and LOVES her dada! What a miracle!