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We believe the best life is a shared life.
Davis is our oldest and just started kindergarten. Our daughter, Reide, thinks she’s the mommy but really she’s only four. And then our unplanned blessing is Bennett. Yes, three kids in less than four years. It was not our plan, but as Proverbs 16:9 says, “We make our own plans, but the Lord decides where we will go.”
As much as we have the idea of how our lives will play out, only the Lord knows. And December 2013, we ended up on a path we never imagined. Our youngest, Bennett, was 17 months old at the time and we discovered a large tumor on his liver the size of an orange. Within days, we were at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN. After several weeks of tests and appointments, it was finally discovered that Bennett’s tumor was a Malignant Extrarenal Rhabdoid Tumor and had already spread to his lungs.Read More Of Our Story »
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In each of our lives, we will experience a storm. Not maybe. Not probably. But definitely. And not just one storm, but many. Big and small. Some of us are in the depths of the waters right now with the raging waves tossing us on every side and we can’t help but wonder when it will all be calm again. Some of us can tell a storm is forming ahead and we are praying for strength to endure it. And then there are some of us who are resting with grateful hearts because there is no storm in sight. We will […]
“Daddy! stop that computer work and come tickle me for the rest of my life!” When your four year-old daughter sits next to you and says that, you’re not going to accomplish much else…let alone taking time to get some blogging done! It’s probably not fair to blame our lack of recent writing entirely on Reide’s cuteness, but today I’m going to. So where do I begin? In our last post, I shared how we are learning about grief during the holidays. Shortly after that we headed off to Memphis for the St. Jude Marathon event that Megan had been training for. We […]
The holiday season has officially descended on the Coleman household and our kids are living at the speed of a full Christmas sprint fueled by hot chocolate, Christmas movies and wish lists. In less than 24 hours of our return from a Thanksgiving trip, the Christmas decorations some how found their way out of the attic. So, Sunday afternoon turned into our own version of “hanging of the green” filled with Christmas music, snacks and decorating every room with Christmas paraphernalia decorations. In all honesty, Megan and I enjoyed it too…for a bit. The next morning, we were both struck with a new […]