We just has our family photos taken. Four kids, two adults and one dog. It was quite the event. I (who usually hate this type of thing – that may be why its been like 5 years since our last photo session) loved it. I loved loving my kids and seeing how amazing they were. I loved being close and hugging everyone and loving on everyone. I loved that these people were MY family.
The photographer loved that everyone was allowed to dress as themselves and wear what they wanted. This meant my 11 year old wore this silver skeleton bracelet thing. I don’t really get it, but she thinks its great. My 14 year old wore A LOT of earrings became she LOVES earrings. My 16 year old wore a sleeveless dress. These are all things I would have FREAKED out about a few years ago. But now I enjoyed it. I loved it. I was proud of them for being themselves and expressing that.
I recently had a friend post on FB ask- won’t a mixed faith marriage mean kids who are “faith mixed up”? I laughed when I saw it. How can that even be a thing? My kids are amazing! My family is full of love. Yes, we are also full of crazy stuff and have plenty of issues. PLENTY.
But so does EVERYONE.
Having a mixed faith marriage does not mean messed up kids. It can mean loving and kind and good kids. It can mean kids full of self expression and confidence. My kids are WAY more confident then I was at their age. It can mean a lot of love and some really amazing family photos.
Are you ready to make your mixed faith marriage great? It is time to roll up your proverbial sleeves and talk to me. Let’s figure out what you really want and together create a plan to get you there. Reach out and grab a free call now.
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Talk to you soon,
Brooke Booth, JD
Certified Life Coach
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