Oklahoma, PhD, Writing

We’re Here, In Oklahoma

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Motherhood, Uncategorized

The First Year of Motherhood

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Inspired, Sisters and Brothers

Sisters and Brothers: Ali and James, Choosing to Love

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Goals, Pregnancy

I’m Still Pregnant: My Thoughts on 2016 and Hopes for 2017

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Pregnancy: The Final Push

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