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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."
A delicate tea cup breaks, which saddens a mama who cherishes the special cup.

Enjoy It Until It Breaks

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The truth is, even our most precious possessions will break, or get lost, or lose their value to us. Plus, we don't get to take anything with us when we go.
Enjoy each season because the next will be different but maybe no better.

Missing Today While Chasing Tomorrow

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Whatever season we're in is full of challenges and sacrifices. Whatever season we're in is most likely hard. But this season also has unique sweet gifts only THIS season offers. 

When I Cried My Eyes Out in Disappointment at Disney World

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Maybe sometimes we can get so deep in our dreaming we forget the point, especially us planners. 
University model schools can be a great schooling option.

University Model Schooling Is as Wonderful as It Is Difficult

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This model of school gives us the great gift of spending more time together as a family. My kids still get a classroom experience where they work with others and learn from an experienced teacher, but they also get even more time working with our family.

Foster Care Is for Us All

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Maybe we can't foster full time right now, but we can offer respite for an evening or a weekend every once in a while for some foster parents. Maybe we can't care for a foster children at this moment, but we can give our resources.
Weight is weird. The scale isn't always an honest teller of our health or even our efforts to change our body size.

Things I Wish I Could Have Told My 20-Year-Old Self About My Appearance

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I've found the best option is to embrace and enjoy myself as I am today, while at the same time implementing any consistent changes we need to improve our health (spiritual, mental, emotional, relational, physical).
Why we aren't going to let our kids attend sleepovers.

Why We Say NO to Sleepovers

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I have many memories of making poor choices with my friends during sleepovers at a MUCH higher rate than when we spent time together during the day.