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Jami

Jami
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Proud to be raised in Burleson (shout out Kelly Clarkson!), Jami was even the Elk mascot for her beloved BHS. Jami's greatest joy comes from exploring the world and learning about all the beautifully unique people in it, so after graduating from Dallas Baptist University, Jami moved to Beirut, Lebanon where she met her wonderful husband, Corban. They now live in Fort Worth with their four children, Jessy (2011), Maggy (2013), Lilly (2015), and Jude (2018). Jami spends her days having adventures with her girls, homeschooling part-time, attempting to keep her brother and sister labradors out of trouble, occasionally working along side her husband at his Edward Jones office, and blessing other women in whatever ways arise. Jami lives by "Love God and love others" and "laughter is the best medicine."
Flowers are like children in that they all grow different.

What Plants Taught Me About Children

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Let’s not crush the fragile plants. Let’s not devalue those that don’t flower but have other purposes. Let’s not look down on those who bloom late. Let’s not dislike those who have more needs. Let’s not look past those who offer the most simple and basic things yet aren’t made to be especially "fancy" or unique.
Just because white people didn't enslave black people doesn't mean they aren't responsible for stopping racism.

But I’m Not Racist

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It may not be our fault. We may be innocent in and of ourselves, but these are issues we have inherited and sadly they are now ours to deal with.
Jackie and Rachel Robinson showed strength during tough times in baseball.

I Want to Be a Jackie and Rachel Robinson

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Jackie and Rachel's story encourages me to work to improve my own character and inner strength. Maybe in some area of my life I won't be the best, but maybe I can be the one whose character can handle suffering for the benefit of many others.
A man selling children's toys on the side of the road makes one mom sad.

The Man I Met Selling His Children’s Toys

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I don't know what his life situation is that he is trying to sell all these items on the side of the road. I don't know if he had to pry these toys from his children's hands and walk out the door as they cried. I don't know if he's selling his only can of shaving cream so he can buy food. I don't know if he has any support or help to make it through whatever crisis he may be experiencing.
The daily grind of motherhood is tough.

When the Daily Kid Grind Annoys You

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My one year old dropped raisins all over the floor. I hate cleaning the floor and I kept walking past these raisins and thinking how much I didn't want to clean them up.
Are lash extensions worth the hassle and price?

Are Lash Extensions Worth It?

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I love having my lash extensions because I feel so much more feminine and put together with them on. BUT eyelash beauty comes with a high price (and I'm not just talking $$).
Working as a waitress can teach valuable lessons and skills for mothers.

Working in a Restaurant Made Me a Better Mom

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Restaurant work has helped me be able to handle intense days. No matter how crazy my days are with my kids, it doesn't compare to the immediate pressure I felt working on a busy night in a restaurant.