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Christina Kroeger
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Gilmore Girls Revival Recap: Fall
There are no words... and yet, there are a lot of words. Let's start with the episode itself and then move on to my thoughts on where the characters are at after this series. This was a great episode, actually. I delve more into this further down, but I act...

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Gilmore Girls Revival Recap: Summer
This was the worst episode in the series so far... until all of a sudden it wasn't. The excruciatingly long "Stars Hollow" play, Michel leaving, Rory becoming the editor of the Stars Hollow Gazette. At one point during all of this I thought, "....are we goi...

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Gilmore Girls Revival Recap: Spring
Okay, this time we'll recap by moments in the show, not necessarily in chronological order. The Fiance Drop UM, OKAY LOGAN'S ENGAGED. Logan's (ew) dad (double ew) dropped the fact that he was engaged super casually in front of Rory. And nothing was explaine...

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Gilmore Girls Revival Recap: Winter
Since I am moving in two weeks and my family is in the middle of a hellacious stomach bug, I thought an appropriate reaction would be to analyze the Gilmore Girls Revival. I will write a brief analysis after each show. So, know as you read this that I have ...

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Micah's Birth Story
This will be the third birth story I've posted on this blog. That's three babies in juuust under five years. Kyle and I always thought we wanted to have our kids close, but I think we blew our own expectations out of the water. Every birth has been complete...

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Trying Not to Build a Tower
"One day, everyone was talking and they came up with an idea: 'Let's build ourselves a beautiful city to live in! It can be our home. And we'll be safe forever and ever.' Then they had another idea: 'And let's build a really tall tower to reach up to heaven...

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Good and Pregnant
Kyle and I are expecting our third child. We're a little late to posting something about it online this time. Both of us are what you like to call open books, so it came as a surprise to me that we were slow to get the news out. Except I was also laying on ...

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How Do We Respond to the Refugee Crisis?
Yesterday was hard, Church. I read a lot of pain and frustration and fear and anger in articles and facebook posts. As a culture, we process our emotions online now. I don't really know if this is good or bad. I've seen some really powerful moments come fro...

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Adulting
Last year I sat down with Kyle at the beginning of Spring Break and we did our taxes. Here are a few observations about that last sentence:  1. We are in our late twenties, don't have kids that are school age, yet Spring Break is still a thing in our annual...

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Favorite Things Update
Both of my children are covered in yogurt and currently fighting over Legos, so I naturally decided this was an excellent time to write a blog post - since I couldn't have found a more convenient time in the last four months. I wanted to do a brief update i...
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