It's time for an update on Bethany's family!
Bethany is married to Daniel Beasley and they have 2 little ones with a 3rd on the way! Arianna is 4 years old and Caden is 2.
After they got married in 2009 they lived in Virginia for several years while Dan went through law school. Then in 2012 they moved to Wisconsin where he worked at a law firm which meant they lived only 8 hours away instead of 24! But this year brought another change and found them moving back out to West Virginia where he is now working as an attorney for the Home School Legal Defense Association. It was hard to see them move so far away but we are excited to see how God is using them out there!!
Dan started school again last year for his masters degree. He plans to graduate by the end of this year.
Bethany is enjoying the role of a wife and mother. Appreciating the little moments as well has keeping up with the hustle and bustle of every day life makes for quite the adventure! She continually amazes us with her kitchen masterpieces, handwriting fun, DIY projects, and organizational skills! She also does secretarial work for HSLDA and continues to use her photography when she has the time.
These two are growing fast! They both have a love for books and adventure like their parents and have become quite the best friends.
We are immensely grateful for the technology that makes them seem not quite so far away. Bethany keeps us laughing with the kiddos quips and her busy mommy moments.
We love each and every opportunity to make memories together!
Both Bethany and Dan like to stay physically active. Dan has participated on a relay run across the entire state of Iowa for the last two years as well as playing on a local basketball and softball team.
Bethany has been able to plant a little garden each year which Ari and Caden love!
With a 3rd little blessing arriving in November it will be fun to see what God has in store for this next year as they settle in to life out east.
"Every good gift and perfect is from above, and comes down from the Father of lights,
with whom there is no variation or shadow of turning."