Kim originally hails from the mid-Atlantic region. A year of volunteer service with Americorps brought her and her husband out to Denver, and the culture of the city kept them here. They welcomed their daughter into their family in June of 2015 which sparked new callings for Kim. After being the communications manager of a sustainability nonprofit for years, she became a stay at home mother and started her own videography business. She and her husband love to hike, visit breweries and dine out, and they are working on getting their toddler to love these things as well!
The seasons of parenting sometimes change as often as the daily tides. The tough times come and go, sometimes rapidly. But there are times when a tough season of parenting is particularly long, when...
Postpartum depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and psychosis; the childbirth classes introduced me to all of those terms and then I expanded my knowledge when I started attending a postpartum support group.
But not once...
I have a confession:
I love the crunchy lifestyle.
And another confession:
I do not have one.
It was probably my move to Colorado and my year of service through Americorps that created my fascination for the granola...