When Ian Aley & Megan Bjella found out they were expecting a child the week COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic, they knew this journey to parenthood would be different than anything they'd planned.
But there was a time not too long ago when they weren't sure they'd even get to this place, as they struggled to agree on whether to become parents at all.
Together, the 3 of us talk about how they built a life together, when they disagreed on such a fundamental thing - having kids.
And how when they each let go of wanting a specific outcome, it created space for them to come together.
And we talk about the faith they have in living life in community - how it's taught them the importance of sitting with discomfort and to keep showing up for each other, even when you disagree.
Because how do you move forward together, when you're not on the same page?
This is their story.
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