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Katie is a wife and mother of three children who has experienced many cha..
Sluiter Nation by Katie - 1M ago
Typically my last post of the calendar year is a list of what I read. I’ve already admitted to neglecting this space, so we shall take ..read more
Sluiter Nation by Katie - 1M ago
I still can’t add photos, so a bunch of words it is! (Cortney has told me he is working on this though, so hopefully in 2020 we will ..read more
Sluiter Nation by Katie - 2M ago
2019 has been pretty quiet here on the blog since I finished my cancer treatments. But the year has not been uneventful. It seemed like ..read more
I have let this space just gather dust. I don’t know how to navigate it anymore. What do I write about? Do I tell stories? Do I post “ ..read more
School started a month ago, and I’m just getting around to writing about it, which should be all I have to say about that. Four out ..read more
As I attempted to roll over quietly–a futile move on my part due to the sagging mattress I was on–I crashed into Cortney in a valley ..read more
Alice was talking about her friends last week. “I have friends at daycare and friends at church and I have special friends called ..read more
Sluiter Nation by Katie - 7M ago
One in three women will get some sort of cancer in her lifetime. One in five women will get breast cancer. Last summer, those ..read more
Sluiter Nation by Katie - 7M ago
Last summer every post I wrote was about cancer and chemo and trying not to die. So cheerful. This summer I have been quiet. Not ..read more
Dear Eddie, You are TEN! I was told not to blink. When you were screaming for hours for no purpose, I was told, “this will pass ..read more

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