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Welcome to The Redheads, a blog on the life of a redheaded family.

21 Apr Posted by in Corban, Crusoe, Jaeda, Liddi | Comments

A Song for the Discouraged Heart

A Song for the Discouraged Heart

Why should I feel discouraged, why should the shadows come, Why should my heart be lonely, and long for heaven and home, When Jesus is my portion. My constant friend is He: His eye is on the sparrow, and I know He watches me; His eye is on the sparrow, and I know He watches […]

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A bird’s eye view of the last few months

A bird’s eye view of the last few months

Having a fourth child is hard. (Betcha thought I was gonna say something uplifting and inspiring. HA.) Even our great days (and there are many!) are just plain ol’ hard. So much talking, touching, needing, crying, diaper changing, sock losing, complaining, laughing, screaming, eating, messing, cleaning (I’m really tempted to keep this list going…forever. But […]

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05 Dec Posted by in Crafting | Comments

Christmas Stockings 2016

Christmas Stockings 2016

It’s that time of year when I update the Christmas stockings. I love all these jewel tones together! Corban learned to read this year. Jaeda wore a dress 360 of the 365 days. Liddi is the jokester of the family. And Crusoe just gets his name, because let’s face it, all babies start out with […]

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Crusoe’s First Days

Crusoe’s First Days

Guys, I’m super sorry, but this post will be short on words and looooong on photos. No time for editing! He’s already three weeks old now! And we’re all doing great. So great. In sleep, in health, in nursing, in harmony. We’re having a blast (like literally a blast…of NOISE…shew, these kids are loud). So […]

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22 Sep Posted by in Crusoe, James, Pregnancy, Sarah | 4 comments

The Birth of Crusoe Conrad: NOT a Short Story

The Birth of Crusoe Conrad: NOT a Short Story

The last post ended with Saturday evening, September 10th, wondering if tonight was the night. (It wasn’t, but it was close.) The hard contractions fizzled out by evening, so we went to bed and hoped he would come soon. Sunday morning I had one hard contraction that convinced me to stay home from church. And […]

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