Chris and I are very fortunate to have one another; we both give 100% to our relationship and we've learned how to put down our pride for the sake of a healthy, hot, and humble marriage! I know this isn't the case for everyone, so if you are engaged to be married, newly-wed, or looking … Continue reading 10 Tips for a Healthy Marriage!
It was 6am after I participated and successfully finished my first marathon: 27-hour natural labor and delivery. I didn't expect to be finishing it on my own, without Chris and Lewis, but here I was - relying on my midwife, Kim, more than ever. I delivered my placenta and nearly shot out of the bed … Continue reading Lewis’ Birth Story: Part II
September 21st, 2:30am - At home asleep in bed, I'm awoken by my first "real" contraction. "Oh my gosh," I thought "is this it? I think that was a real one!" Thinking back to that exact moment, I get butterflies in my stomach. I was so genuinely and innocently excited. I say innocent because I … Continue reading Lewis’ Birth Story: Part I
Heeeey y'all! Thanks so much for visiting my blog! I figured I'd kick things off with a post about none other than myself. Since I'll be the author of most all content, I think it's important that you get to know me and my vision for Cordially, Keryn. Who I am: If you didn't gather … Continue reading About Me
From Instagram: "When you’re awake at 4am and the chorus from “Get Low” by @liljon starts to plague your mind which you then combat with “Redeemer” by @nicolecmullenofficial - it’s time to get out of bed and exercise your thoughts. I can’t make this up! I did just that and I feel so refreshed. The devotional I read … Continue reading I like, I love, I dislike
"One day at a time" unintentionally became my way of living at least 7-years ago. When I try to think back it seems like it's been as long as I can remember. I've always considered it a good thing that I can easily and truly live one day at a time. I remember when Chris … Continue reading One Day at a Time
Receiving each day as new can be tough. Whether it's based on the fact that yesterday was a wonderful day, or maybe it was a day you'd like to forget, there's something in us that naturally wants to keep a foot in the past. It's that hoarding spirit of distrust, that if we just hold … Continue reading Today’s Burden