wish i may . . . wish i might

one of the biggest gifts i could ever  hope to give our children is the ability to dream {without any inhibitions} and to have the confidence {or maybe naivety} to grab hold – with both hands – the risks that life throws their way.

our transition from point a {knoxville} to point b {brooklyn} has looked more like a grouping of constellations rather than a linear destination. as a gal that takes pride in being somewhat of a misfit, i have rather enjoyed the tangents and stops along the way. each {pit stop} has helped us realize the importance of holding things a bit more loosely while loving as hard as we can!

my wish is that one day sophie + hazel will look back on their childhood with fond {adventurous} memories and a solid foundation that the world is their oyster.

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