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30 Oct Posted by in Corban, Family, James | Comments

Camp Barakel, Camp Barakel

My dad and brothers have been attending the Father/Son Retreat at Camp Barakel for as long as I can remember. When James joined the Hutchens family, he was invited into that tradition. And this year, for the first time ever, Corban was finally old enough to join as well. This was not at all on […]

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19 Aug Posted by in Family, James | 1 comment

Sam finally got to #hitchthehutchens

Sam finally got to #hitchthehutchens

My baby brother (forever, sorry, bro!) got married last month! We’re up to 8 beautiful sisters in this family! James was a groomsman and my sister and I sang PLUS my other brother and sister-in-law were both in the wedding party and have two kids, so Grammie and Papa had some kid duties during the […]

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May Flowers

May Flowers

May started with the most beautiful weather (weather that, really, we’ve had for most of the summer; I mean, gorgeous!) We printed the illustrations of our books and put them on display in the Performing Arts Center at the local high school. This was so much fun for me (and a lotta work for James). […]

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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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May 2016

May 2016

25 baby weeks came in May as well as did my special day James made me himself my birthday cake and hid ’round the house mint candies to take Jaeda’s gals love to dance with a man my business cards came as pink as we planned then I found this shirt to match my cards and […]

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22 Jun Posted by in Corban, Jaeda, James, Liddi | Comments

Pushing Liddi

Pushing Liddi

James is a funny guy. He was quite the little daredevil as a kid. Making ramps, catching animals, running all over town. But put his kids into the equation, and he has a mini heart attack. Every.single.time. And this little car with his baby daughter inside, pushed fast by his bigger kids, gets that heart […]

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February 2016

February 2016

James took Jaeda (or did Jaeda take James) to a Daddy-Daughter Dance. She’d been planning on it for OVER a year. Pearl necklace and all. Our Liddi Bitty turned one. And is all just a blur of movement. I’m lucky to have any pics of her! (Corban is constantly touching, hugging, kissing his baby sister. He […]

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26 Oct Posted by in Art, James, Sarah | Comments

The Shoephabet

The Shoephabet

Family and friends, We’re writing with the most exciting of news—OUR NEW BOOK has been published! Many of you are aware that James and I having been working on combining some of his artwork with my poetry. While we were in college, James created an alphabet out of shoes—now known as THE SHOEPHABET—that he drew with colored […]

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13 Jul Posted by in Corban, Family, Jaeda, James, Liddi, Sarah | Comments

The Dunes: A Surprise

The Dunes: A Surprise

One day, there was a mom who didn’t know where they were going. This didn’t seem to bother the son, since he had been given a rare car snack. And the daughter tended to not worry about anything anyway. And the baby just wanted milk in her belly at all times, no matter their location. But the sneaky […]

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