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Thank You and Special Announcement!

First of all, I would like to say thanks to everyone who has been reading my blog thus far.  It has been an exciting journey, and I love being able to share my heart with you all.  Thank you to all of my supporters and prayer warriors (ladies, you know who you are).  A special thanks goes out to my childhood buddy, Tiesha, (check her out here at for her blog knowledge.  I pray that God will continue to use me to uplift mothers everywhere.

I also have some special news to share with all of you.  My husband and I are expecting baby #3!  That's right. The Crowe's Nest is expanding!  We are very excited about this news (and very surprised).  We were definitely not planning to have more kids, but God has said otherwise.  We really thought we were done.  I had sold and given away pretty much everything!  But as Isaiah 55:8-9 says:

So needless to say we will be starting completely over, but we are so thankful for how God is blessing us.  The boys are really happy about having a new sibling to be as well.  Their reaction was priceless.  Everyday they talk to the baby and rub (and hit) my belly.  They are already bonding, and it's so cute.  I am sure many adventures await us.  Please keep us in your prayers throughout this pregnancy (and beyond).

One last thing, I want to also congratulate my BFF, Crystal, on the birth of her first childlittle Miss Olivia!! And congratulations also to my friend, food buddy, and fellow minister's wife, Felicia, on the birth of her second childlittle Miss Sadie!  More kingdom kids in the making!

Love and blessings!!


  1. Aaaaawww! As soon as I saw "Special Announcement" on your facebook post I said, "I bet she's pregnant!"

    That's such great news, and I wish you and the family all the best. Hey, the more the merrier...right?? Lol!

    Thanks for the shout tout. :-) I'm glad I could help, and you're great at this!

  2. Breee....Such a beautiful excited for you guys, God will bring everything together. Continuing to stay on the wall in prayer for your growing family. We love you and hope to see you again soon! Auntie Judy

  3. Praise the lord for you and your family ministering to others through your everyday life.God is an awesome God! Thank you for sharing and blessing us.Congratulations to Crystal.God bless. Love aunt D.


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