Interracial marriage are one of my favorite marriage subjects. I find that, culture is the breathe of life and what makes it lush.
I love specializing in interracial weddings because it becomes all about light and love. – Kafi
With great courage and love, our friend Ama Chandra delivered twins Miles and MaeLee. Today she will be letting Miles say goodbye. With all her love, she wanted to share Miles with you all. Our friend always shows great spirits and uplifts others, even in her most difficult moments. Many of you have asked how you can help Ama during this time. Please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or via facebook @KafiD’Ambrosi. Ama also requested that you leave your comments here on the blog so that she can read each one instead of on facebook. “Thank you all for your love.” – Ama
Mamma love you Miles-
Miles + MaeLee
Mamma + Miles
Happy Anniversary to my gorgeous husband, to us.
As I sat here this morning thinking of marriage, my marriage, I was eating gourmet jelly beans and had an epiphany. Love and marriage is like a mouthful of Jelly Belly beans. You take that first bite and it’s joyous, the second is full of surprise and on it goes. Spicy, soothing, fire, coffee? I love so many things about him, about us. I try not to share too much so others won’t get jealous.
He’s the man who couldn’t wait to begin our marriage, so we preplanned our elopement. He wiped away the morning sickness, faced a choice of losing me or our unborn baby, and has encountered prejudice for loving me. He makes me cry with his tenderness and makes me proud just for being himself. I love that we fit.
thinking about Louis
My last post showed a maternity session with Julie and Andy. They have requested friends and family pray for their daughter Olivia. In their own words:
“Please keep our little girl in prayer. An ultrasound this morning revealed a mass in her abdomen and surgery is being recommended. We’re being followed at Hopkins and should know more once we consult w/ pediatric surgery tomorrow. Please pray for her, the doctors, and us as we wait to find out the final diagnosis and treatment plan.”
“We’ll know more about the mass and surgery once Olivia arrives, so we’re just loving and waiting for her to make her entrance. We can’t say enough about the amount of love and support we’ve received. Thank you all for your continual prayers. We have felt them go before us in each step of this process.” – Julie Lange