They met because of perfect timing. And while the joy of new life and news of cancer came for her all at once, their faithfulness in the continued purpose of God’s timing is one of the most inspiring stories I’ve heard and had the honor to capture.
Despite the medical reservations, they decided to keep the baby and trust in the life he’d been given. Back in January, we spent a windy afternoon together exploring their farm, then warming up in their cozy cottage home by the fire, to capture a piece of joy amongst all the trial of her pregnancy.
That’s what a lot of people would call a miracle, and what a lot of other people would call God’s goodness on display.
As the snow came down hard on an early February day, we met back at their home once more, but this time, as a family of 3. And even in the quiet snuggles, it held a new sense of warmth and hope that was practically palpable.
It is always such and honor to be welcomed into the intimate lives and stories of my clients, through the biggest moments and milestones of each journey, and serve them well. But to capture this emotion and the importance of this journey, and to get to know this incredible, strong, and lovely couple, has been one of the most impactful projects of my own journey as well.