Curious about what potential buyers see when they walk through our home? A video tour is up on jordanjean.com! We'll definitely miss this nest of ours but we're excited for our next adventure and the home we'll create in Mississippi.
I'm a bit late to the party (a month+ late actually 🙈) but this Tot's second trimester recap is up on jordanjean.com! ✨
Our house is officially on the market. It's bittersweet. Our realtor met with us for hours last Sunday. She was the same one that we bought this house with so it was really fun to see her reaction after not seeing the inside since we received the keys on that rainy March day in 2018. Her comments made me emotional because with every single project there was so much learning, growth, and teamwork behind it. Little did we know how that work would create a foundation that we'll continue to build upon with every new house that we encounter. We’re praying the next family loves these four walls and grow tremendously within them too. 🤍
I shared this on my other account but feel I need to put it here too. Please remember that we all have a way of communicating and we all have different ways of receiving information and responding. We're all human! Let's figure this out together. In unity. The enemy wants nothing more than the separate us. ---- Stephen and I made these garlands last month, not knowing the way the world would look in just a few short weeks. Today as I was preparing to photograph them, I looked at these garlands in a completely different way. These colors represent our country. A place that men and women have given the ultimate sacrifice to defend. A place where every single one of us is supposed to be FREE because of that sacrifice. This past week has highlighted though more than ever that is not the case. I'm sorry doesn't hold much power but I am. I'm sorry that I wasn't more aware of the deep hurt and the constant fear. I'm so deeply sorry that I don't have the perfect words or ways to express that. I do though have a small gift and I want to use that to try to make a difference... No matter how small it might be. These garlands were created to supplement the happiness that comes along with getting a starter kit. They were made to spark smiles and joy. Now more than ever, I think we need that. We also need unity. We need love. We need compassion. We need empathy. My hope is that these garlands can be a very small symbol of that. Every single person that gets a starter kit and enrolls in ER (completely free to do) this month, will get a garland and I will donate ALL (yes, all... if you know my heart you know I mean it) of the profits towards an organization (or multiple) that can make a bigger difference for impacted small businesses, communities, and lives. It might not be the perfect answer but I do believe it has the potential to make a difference so you can bet your bottom I'm going to try. Message me so I can help get you started and one of these sent your way.
Happy Birthday to my better half! You make every day an adventure. You make me laugh constantly (Dad jokes and all). You lead anyone around you to The Cross with your compassionate and loving heart. You are a gift! I’m so thankful you were born, that our paths crossed, and for the life we’ve created together. 28 looks good on you, Stud! 🎈
Oh the things I would do just to get a couple of hours to relive this day with our favorite people in the world... Mud and all! Best day of my life. Best three years of my life! I love you, Superman! 📷: the beautiful @meg_lucks
Happy Friday! Did you guys see my @cjlagirls takeover today? @carlyjeanlosangeles makes my goals/dreams of not buying any maternity clothes come true AND they’re all about that capsule wardrobe life. 🙌🏼 Needless to say, I’m one of their biggest fans. I wouldn’t be surprised if you become/are one too! 💃🏼 It’s time for Friday night pizza picnic night! Have a good one, friends. 🍕✌🏼
What are five things bringing you joy recently? You can find my answer on JORDANJEAN.COM! ✨
The past few days @stupta and I have been talking about how exactly a year ago our circumstances looked really different. We had just found out that our first precious Tupta Tot was no longer with us and we were in the (horrible) waiting period before it was also no longer physically with us. It was the toughest thing we’ve ever gone through. Downright excruciating... Emotionally, spiritually, and physically but goodness did it give us such a different perspective on life and the Tots we’ll have here with us someday. I’m so thankful for that baby, for the renewed set of eyes Jesus blessed us with through it, for the healing and the growth that Stephen and I have experienced (and continue to experience) together, for this gift of a rainbow baby that gives us and so many others hope and for the ability to move my body while it continues to grow and thrive in the womb. What a difference a year can make! I might slow down towards the very end (or not 😉) but I will never stop singing praises to our King. It is so deserved.