Stepping Stones

Stepping Stone2

Well, I did it again. Sorry for leaving y’all hanging for nearly a month but let’s just be real. Packing up a house with a toddler while your husband is going through training for a new job isn’t the easiest thing in the world. But. WE DID IT! We survived packing and our (first) move, and are so ready to stay put….. for like a minute.

Stepping Stones

For the last week and a half, we have been living with my grandparents in their beautiful house in the sweetest little town. I can’t imagine a smoother transition, especially for LG. As any parent knows, switching up routines can cause all sorts of trouble for little ones so I was super nervous about the move. However, LG must have felt like she was right at home and has been an awesome sleeper almost every nap and bedtime! Of course, I’m sure it doesn’t hurt that my grandparents’ house has a staircase and playroom to help her burn lots of energy.

While this stay is just a stepping stone during our family’s new adventure, we are so grateful for the time we’re getting to spend with family and their willingness to house us while we get all of our ducks in a row!

Stepping Stone1

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Stepping Stone3

Next Step

What’s our next step? Good question! HA! Matt has been ridiculously amazing in terms of getting his new career up and running, and will be ready to go in no time! For those of you who don’t know, his new job will require that we travel for several months at a time and then come home for several months. We’re still in the process of prepping for our new, nomadic way of life and if you follow me on Pinterest you’ve probably noticed my new Renfros on the Road board. I’m gathering tons of ideas for décor, storage and toddler activities while traveling in an RV and would LOVE any input you may have! I can’t wait to get started!

Stay tuned for my next post explaining more about Matt’s new job and how we’d like YOU to be involved in helping us make this an amazing ministry opportunity! As always, we appreciate your support and prayers during this exciting transition!

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