Meet Our Contributors

Alicia

Sweeping Up Joy

www.sweepingupjoy.com

A stay-at-home mom to four weird-ish kids, Alicia blogs at Sweeping Up Joy in order to find beauty and humor in life right now– even when it’s hidden behind piles of laundry and chewed up books.  In her free time she enjoys cuddles, naps, chocolate, and avoiding the stacks of dish-jenga by the kitchen sink.

Anni

A Beautiful, Camouflaged, Mess of A Life

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Anni is a proud Army wife to her husband Chris and mother to their young children. She has a BA in History, a Masters in Social Work, and has worked with disabled veterans, troubled teens, and in early childhood intervention therapy. Since the birth of her children, she has dedicated her time to volunteering with several military chapel communities. She blogs about topics of Catholicism, parenting, and the military lifestyle over at A Beautiful, Camouflaged, Mess of A Life.

Caitlyn

Mrs. Andy, Anchored by Faith

www.mrsandyanchored.com

Caitlyn, also known as Mrs. Andy, is a blogger, fur-mama, Navy wife, and Catholic: in reverse order. She blogs about using faith to navigate marriage, family, health, and life as a young adult. As a lover of laughter and good jokes, Caitlyn spends most of her free time looking at memes. She also enjoys reading, but would much rather be at the beach with her dog or eating burritos with her husband.

Kirby

Under Thy Roof

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Kirby is a Texas girl who now calls the Minnesota Twin Cities Home. Mom to three little ones by day, ballet dancer and actress by night. She blogs about Catholicism, parenting, homeschooling, and Ballet/Theater at Under Thy Roof.

Laura

A Drop in the Ocean

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As a relatively recent college graduate, Laura is back in her childhood home of the Bay Area working for a Catholic publisher and figuring out life as a young adult. She is passionate about being the best version of ourselves, her Catholic faith, life issues (whole spectrum from womb to the tomb), controversial issues, and figuring out what it means to be Catholic in world that’s not. Deep conversations over coffee, beautiful music, holding babies, sweaty workouts, exploring Catholic womanhood, laughing hard, cooking something new, growing things, a good book, sunshine on a hike, coffee, and helping other people make her feel alive.