Free Activity Guide

I am so excited to share this new resource with you! I created this guide with the help of several friends. As a group of moms that love family history, we have each seen the positive impact that participating in family history has had in our families and we want to encourage all families to participate […]

Roots Tech 2020 Highlights

My first year at RootsTech was fantastic! It’s so fun to be in a place full of thousands of people who all share the same passion for discovery, history, stories, healing and connection. Hands down, the best part was reconnecting with friends, meeting Instagram friends in real life for the first time, and meeting new […]

Gather & Grow in Gratitude

If you’re anything like me you’re also guilty of basically skipping right over Thanksgiving and diving from Halloween right into Christmas. Who can blame us? Christmas is the best! But for the last few years, I have tried to be more intentional about focusing on this season before skipping on to the next. “Gather” and […]

Healing Through the Veil

Sharing my experience with trauma, family history and healing through our family stories. This video was originally created for Season For Family

Every Story Matters

The Christmas that I was eleven years old, my grandma gave me a Book of Remembrance. This giant, three-inch, three-ring binder was chock-full of pedigree charts, family group sheets, and old photos. Being the family history nerd that I was, I geeked out over it. But my favorite portion of the exploding book was the […]

A Larger Family

Tiffany Webster and Sarah Garner

I grew up in a relatively small family with only 1 cousin (a second cousin) my age. It felt normal to me, because it’s what I knew. It wasn’t until I married my husband – who has a plethora of cousins (like, 85 FIRST COUSINS) – that I realized how much I missed out on […]

Telling Stories, Connecting Hearts

Journal Writing, Kindred Press

I hate journaling. I have started maybe 20 journals in my life. For some reason I just keep buying them (it probably has something to do with my obsession with school supplies). I start with the best intentions and I’ll write maybe 5-6 pages then store them away and never really look at them again. […]