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Healthy Connection: Adoption and Parenting

At this point in our lives, Kait and I are very different. Twin sisters never start out exactly the same anyways, right? One big difference is Kait gave birth to her son one year ago. Also, one year ago I announced I was embarking in a journey to adopt a child. While there are a whole list of differences I can tell you, I have decided to dedicate this post to talking about the importance of healthy connection. Kait and I have been truly happy when we stay connected. We went through a few years that we were not truly connected to each other in healthy ways. We realized part of us was missing.  This was impacting our lives and actions.

So, I am adopting a child soon, and I have realized how important it will be to help this child understand their story. Also, I have realized the importance of connection and openness in adoption.

The world of adoption these days can be a hard topic to talk about for those who have little education about the modern day terminology, open adoptions, ethical…
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Sister Narratives

We two sisters, Kacie and Kaitlyn, will take you through interviews with other sisters about everyday life. Have fun, listen, laugh, cry while we talk with other sisters! So sit back and enjoy these stories!

We are taking submissions for either podcast or written interviews with us now! 



Sisters. The Connection. You know who you are.

Are you a sister that shares a connection with your sister? Are y'all close to the same age? Are you y'all years apart? We all know it is a special connection most of time. Sometimes you may have nothing in common, but at the end of the day you have that one person you can chat with about how you grew up, what your parents did or are doing. You have someone to debrief and gossip with!  It is the best right?!


Well two sisters will take you through interviews with other sisters on everyday life. Have fun, listen, laugh, cry while we talk with others sisters! So sit back and enjoy these stories!

Are you taking care of yourself today?

I just watched a youtube video where a celebrity said if you take care of yourself and you pay attention the better you will be. Think about this for a minute.. Now, this is so true. I have learned a lot the past seven years in my career on how paying attention is extremely important. I am going to take you through my opinion of the top five things you should do for yourself to feel success and love who you are.
Today I went to spend some time with my son, mother and cousin and her family. Remember to spend time with family when you can. We made lots of memories the three hours we walked around and spent time together. This is also not a normal night for me. Baby boy slept three hours today when we got back, and he ended up staying up till 9pm with me. Hubby went to bed at 7pm because he is going to go into to work around 3am. So I am sitting up here in our computer room drinking tea and eating biscoff cookies with both dogs laying at my feet, watching youtube videos and trying to figu…

Becoming a Wildflower: Kait's thoughts on today

Some days you get a novel accomplished and you feel like a million dollars, and some days you sit doing nothing maybe just playing on your phone with no thoughts what so ever in your mind. Then some days you are just in between both. You get dressed for the day, grab something quick for breakfast, get to work casually get a little work done, come home and play on your phone or watch TV and order take out for the rest of the night. Which one describes you the most? I will say I was and still number three most days now a days. However, three or four years ago I was number one most days. I was really working for my career and made sure I looked like a million dollar professional before I left the house for work each day. I like the way I am now though. I still work extremely hard at work, and maybe we don't order take out as much as I think because I am cooking and trying new recipes quite a bit, but I have come to realize my job I have in corporate America isn't as valuable to m…