A Miracle that Needed a Miracle

It was January 10, 2018 and we were about to let out one of our biggest secrets yet… Jeremy and I were 11 weeks pregnant! However, if you haven’t been following us for very long, Jeremy and I both have achondroplasia, a genetic condition that causes the most common form of dwarfism. When Jeremy and I wanted to conceive, we knew there would be some risks we’d have to face and some 50-25-25 statistics.

Dwarfism: A Mistake?

I approach this topic with caution. It’s one that’s near and dear to my heart, it’s sensitive for many, it’s complex, and it’s probably theological. So with that, I bow my humble head, to say that this is merely from my personal experience, and I’m not speaking for anyone else, other than myself. I’m also not claiming that I am right, that you are wrong, nor that we have to completely understand the complex nature of the Creator of the Universe

Luna Bear Little

It’s no secret that 2016 was hard. We welcomed 2017 with open arms, high hopes, and expectations for some much needed breakthrough. Everywhere we went, we kept hearing that "2017 was going to be marked as a year of hope and breakthrough," so we were definitely ready with arms wide open!

A Christmas Letter

As 2016 comes to a close, we could not be happier. It's always a little challenging when it comes to writing Holiday letters and we went back and forth about whether we should do an update, mostly because it's been a really hard year. Yet rather than hiding behind the "picture-perfect" life that is often portrayed on social media, we thought we'd still share a small piece of our heart with you this Christmas Season.


In the most insurmountable seasons, hope always arises.  It finds a way. It pushes through the darkness, and when you need it the most, it shows it’s face, glimmering in the distance, as old seasons pass and new ones arise. 

Breaking the Silence

It’s been 5 months post trauma, 4 months of grief, 4 months of unplugging from reality at times, 4 months of recovering, and 3+ months of silence. To say this has been one of the most difficult seasons of my life would be an understatement.