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A White Vintage/Modern Kitchen Before & After

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I’m so excited to finally share my daughter Courtney’s kitchen renovation with you! It’s been a long time coming but definitely worth the wait.

When Courtney and Drew purchased their 1927 home, in a historic neighborhood in Oklahoma City, the kitchen had nothing to recommend itself except the size.

All the charming details you see today, the eclectic mix of vintage and modern, was brought to life during the renovation.
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When I Slept In a Tree House

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Last week I had the opportunity for some one-on-one, mother/daughter time with Kaleigh. She had to make a work trip to Gatlinburg, TN and asked if I’d join her. Our plan was to drive to Nashville from OKC, spend the night and then on in to Gatlinburg the next day.

While attempting to find a last minute hotel, Kaleigh did a quick search on airbnb to find somewhere cute to stay.

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She’s Here!


I am so proud to introduce our new grandbaby!

Violet Ember – 8 lbs 3oz and 19.75″ of pure preciousness!

We are soooo in love!

I was able to be with Courtney and Drew when she was born and saw them again that evening.

The next day I went to the doctor with Shingles!!! Can you believe this timing?!? Thankfully I was not yet contagious during my time at the hospital. I believe we caught it early enough to at least reduce the intensity with medication but currently I’m quarantined away from them.

I’m not sure which pain is worse…the shingles…or waiting to hold this baby again until I’m well!

gown – candy kirby designs
headband – poppy lane and co

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Happy Holidays from the Hamilton Family

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Wishing you all a very belated Merry Christmas and slightly early Happy New Year from the Hamilton Family! Scott & Sonya, Courtney & Drew, Kaleigh & Jared, Garrison and Karianne.

This holiday season my Christmas decorations went up late with boxes barely back in the attic by Christmas Eve! Christmas dishes didn’t make it out of the cabinet and while I did manage to get Christmas cards printed using the family photos we took in November they weren’t mailed until the week of Christmas.

The fact I’m wishing you a Merry Christmas three days late actually means I’m on schedule! 🙂
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We never intend for our lives to be this busy and while I’ve learned to not sweat the small stuff (as in better-late-than-not-at-all-decorating) I don’t enjoy this hectic pace. I’ve never been one to make New Year’s resolutions but this year I just might. It’s time to slow down.

I truly hope that each and everyone of you had a blessed holiday season celebrating the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. And that His Peace and His Presence be with you as you begin this new year.

God has been so very good to us and we are thankful for each and every blessing. One of those blessings in due in one more week and I can’t think of a better reason to slow down and enjoy! I’ll be sure to keep you posted.
Check Beyond the Screen Door on Instagram for the latest baby news.

Photos by Caroline Elizabeth Photography

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My Daughter’s New, Old House and Why It’s Still a Secret


Dutch ColonialI have been sworn to secrecy and pledged not share any pictures of Courtney and Drew’s new home.

The reason? Because my girls claim first posting dibs! The nerve!

Since Courtney had already shared this one on her Instagram I can show you the exterior BEFORE pic.

Truthfully, the house isn’t ready for it’s reveal. It’s definitely come a long way…so many adorable changes! Plus, they just moved in!

Scott and I did help them by making rustic wood shelf brackets and shelves to replace the upper cabinets in the kitchen. Getting tired of waiting for the “big reveal”, I begged permission to go ahead and share about the shelves which lead to today’s “how did we get here” story.

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The Month of May at the Hamilton House

Graduation May has to be one the busiest months of the year. Some years, more so than others.

Birthdays, Mother’s Day, prom, graduations, graduation parties, end of school activities, etc…so many events which all add up to a very busy May.

This crazy month has been full of activities that filled not only our time but our hearts as well.  Continue reading

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