Sad Mom

Katie Kleinjung Thailand 2 Comments

There is so much about motherhood, about having kids and being with them a lot, that I wasn’t expecting. I think that’s true for most of us with small ones, right? Like a million moments of, “Woah, I wasn’t ready for this.” I can honestly say that I’ve only been caught off-guard by a select few of those unknowns. This …

Being Chubby and The Locker Room and Healing

Katie Kleinjung Thailand 0 Comments

From not fitting into the clothes the other girls were wearing in junior high to being called chubby, fat and ugly since first grade, I was plenty aware that my body didn’t fit the bill of ‘pretty’. All my friends in high school were, in my opinion, pretty. And skinny. In fact, my best friend to this day is one …

Katie Answers Questions

Stephen Kleinjung Thailand 0 Comments

After our little update there were a few questions about how we’re doing. Also, people have been asking about home; where do we consider home, what’s it like being back America, does America feel like home. All that. I attempted to answer it. Kinda. Again, the production quality is high, the script flawless and there isn’t anyone screaming in the …

Why I’m Basically Fergie.

Katie Kleinjung Thailand 1 Comment

If you don’t know this song already, do yourself a big favor and search for Fergie (ft. Luda, obvi) “Glamorous”. I don’t know you, and particularly how you feel about another word for one’s behind that starts with ‘a’, so you decide if this is a good life choice for you (it probably is). Or just click here if all …

Real Messy Missions, Take 2

Stephen Kleinjung Let it be hard, Letters, Real Messy Missions, Thailand, Unsanitary 0 Comments

Last year at this time, it was my full intention to participate in 31 Days blogging challenge. My favorite S.Rolli even made me this neat little button. But then life happened. Hospital stays (2), a pushed leave date and the hard reality that Stephen may need another surgery became my present reality and, well, blogging didn’t seem as important as …

Giving In.

Katie Kleinjung Thailand 4 Comments

I am so thankful for things that seem to transcend time zones and culture. Things that I know are the same no matter where I am or who I’m with or what language I’m (kind of) speaking. Like mothering. What were once mundane tasks and chores I had to grit through with Shepherd, the things that would leave me counting …