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Brooke is the slacker wife to a wise and holy deacon of the Catholic Church, and also a mom to a sportsaholic son and budding thespian daughter. She has been trying to figure out how to balance a career and motherhood for almost a decade, so she is evidently a slow learner. Brooke can be found most often, with coffee or a LaCroix in hand, driving children to extracurricular events (which she loves – shhh!).
Angela dreams of being a patient mom who has all her meals planned out a month in advance and laundry tucked away, all the while striving to embrace the moments God has given her family of six through their experiences in camping, paddle boarding and hiking. She has found that the more kids she has, the earlier happy hour begins in her home. As an Occupational Therapist, she attempts to find balance between work and family.
Maria is a mother of two daughters. She enjoys running, baking, and watching any sport her girls are participating.
Kristen teaches Natural Family Planning in Colorado with her husband, John. In addition to raising their four young children and working part time in a tearoom, Kristen teaches Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and is an avid runner, skier and healthy living enthusiast.
Lauren is a wife and mother of six children, convert to the Catholic faith, registered nurse, lover of sunsets, avid movie-watcher, occasional gardener, and enjoys reading and conversing about theology, philosophy, psychology, and logic.
Angela resides in Parker, Co with her husband and two children. She currently is an event planner and fundraiser for a not-for-profit organization based in Washington D.C. and also runs a small charity called Angel Kisses.
Brie Head is a wife and stay at home mom to 4 beautiful children. In a previous life, she was a NICU nurse.
Forest is an energetic twentysomething whose current hobbies include wedding planning, recovering with wine or whiskey, and more wedding planning. You can follow her on social media at @foresthempen, or check out more of her writing at www.ccli.org/blog.