Thats the word I would use to describe Laura and her family. For as long as I’ve known her connection, community and family have been the thread that has held her together. She wanted to highlight the connection that her girls have together, the connection she has with them, connection to music, being outside absorbing the spring and the connection they have to their grandfather.
I know I’ve said it before, but Laura has taken on her role as a mother with so much grace. We were roommates in college so we have many (many) ridiculous memories together ~ but in all honesty watching her now, with her girls, she has never shined brighter. We all know motherhood is hard, but you can’t fake connection with your kids. I love her heart in making sure that her girls are surrounded with beautiful things…not just visually…but beauty in other humans, beauty in taking time to listen, to create, to build relationship. Nothing Laura does is haphazard…but intentional. And I love that.