Kirsten C

Kirsten C. was born and raised in Texas Hill Country. After becoming a hopelessly devoted Bobcat and earning a degree in Mass Communications-Public Relations at Texas State University, she was wooed by the never-ending culinary options and vibrant street art of Houston and became a transplant. By day she is a marketing enthusiast for a downtown engineering firm, and by night, an over-the-top {and unashamed} dog mom. She and her husband William are licensed foster parents—advocating for children and families—who hope to one day grow their family through adoption. You can follow their unruly journey on their blog, Cornell Chaos. When she’s not trying a new restaurant, playing behind the lens of a Cannon, piddling in the yard, or scouring markets for hidden gems, Kirsten is often found teaching student ministry through Kingsland Baptist Church or escaping at a local coffee spot.

Houston Summer: Worth the Drive

Summer is the perfect time for my two favorite words—road trip! There are a host of Insta-worthy destinations just a day’s drive from Houston with more to do than you may think. So, grab...

Exploring Enneagram:: What It’s Like Being a Three

This year, our Houston Moms writers will be giving you first-hand accounts of life behind their Enneagram type. For an introduction to the Enneagram, see this post, and then read on as Kirsten shares...

Foster Faux Pas:: What Not to Say

As you can imagine, deciding to become a foster parent or even adopting from foster care is not an easy choice. It takes careful consideration, loads of time, and sheer vulnerability as they pry...

The Foster Care Crisis:: Yesterday Is Not an Option

I can’t go back to yesterday because I was a different person then. - Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland I have always identified with Alice. She got lost in a story and then kept eating and...

Lessons in Raising Roses

Roses have been around since Ancient Greece and are associated with any number of emotions depending on the color or species, you could be projecting passion, innocence, gratitude, or friendship. {Best to consult a...

Exploring Enneagram:: An Introduction

You may have seen this funny-looking word “Enneagram” floating around your circle. I am the type that gravitates toward anything that explains {or attempts to} the inner workings of humans. I’ve nosedived into it...

I’m Gonna Miss This:: The Parts of 2020 I Wouldn’t Take Back

Let me start by saying that I am fully aware that I am about to ostracize myself. I am prepared to be voted off the island, sent home without a rose, and become the...

Still Celebrating:: A Christmas Without Children

Something about the holidays can feel polarizing. Even when there is not a global pandemic, they can resurrect negative emotions associated with holidays or feelings of loss, anxiety, or loneliness. Things lost, forgotten, or...

12 Gifts from Schitt’s Creek

Unless you’ve been under a streaming rock, most have heard of the questionable town of Schitt’s Creek. The Roses—the spoiled family you hate to love—didn’t just fall from grace. They came crashing down the...

Friday Favorites:: Edition 11

  Tea drops in kettles and pecans on waffles A scoop of raw cookie and my favorite novel Unseen ghouls waiting in the wings These are a few of my favorite things… In the Air {Deep inhale.} Fall is my...
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