Elijah Darryl Meyer

Elijah Darryl Meyer ❥

Born at 10:30 AM April 30th 2019

8 pounds 5 ounces

Never in my life would I have thought that having a baby would complete me until I met you. I already love you unconditionally my sweet baby boy. I can’t wait to grow with you and watch you become the amazing man you’re going to become. Your daddy and I love you beyond words.  I can’t even describe how excited we are for our futures together. Xoxo  


Easter Paska Icing Recipe

With Easter coming up this weekend I thought I’d put together a simple yet delicious icing recipe for all my fellow mennonites out there. I hope to learn the legendary paska recipe one day soon but for now the sweet bread will continue being made with love by my wonderful oma.


1 Kg of Icing Sugar // 8 Cups

2 Tbsp Vanilla Extract

2 Cups Margarine

3 Cups Milk


Guess Who’s Expecting!!

I think the title is pretty self explanatory but as for the details…

I didn’t know I was pregnant until almost 2 months in. I figured I should take a pregnancy test so I got a really fancy expensive one just to be sure. I took it at work and it told me it was unsure so I bought another one as soon as I got home. And there they were. Those two pink little lines. We were so ecstatic but so worried too. I went to a doctor the next day and it was confirmed. When they sent me to my ultrasound were told we were having twins !!! As excited as we were for that we were told a couple weeks later that we were in fact not pregnant with twins and that I just had a cyst which resembled another embryo. I think it was a blessing in disguise considering this is our first child and we want to give as much love to our little one as we can. We know that God has a special plan for our angel and we can’t wait until she or he is here May 4th 2019.


Life In Kona

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Goodbye 2017

Alright, so after a year of paying for my website I've finally managed to force myself to focus for a short amount of time to put together the start of my blog. I'm not a big writer so I'm hoping to show and explain most of my posts mainly through the pictures I take. So somehow I've very quickly managed to get myself out of Canada and journey all the way out onto Kona, Hawaii. I am so very thankful to God for my supportive family members that never give up on me and always have faith. So, if you weren't already aware, I decided only a few days before Christmas that I was going to apply for the photography YWAM on the Big Island to try and "find myself," as cliche as it sounds. If you don’t know what YWAM is, it's basically a 6 month program split in half. The first three months is the lecture phase, D.T.S (Discipleship training school), where you learn about God and prepare for the second part. For the next three months you're given a country to visit where you help the less fortunate and tell the gospel about Jesus. So basically I've just felt something missing from my life the past few years and I thought ‘eh, what better place to search for something lost than in Hawaii.’ If you got the T.V. show reference we are now best friends. Anyways. It feels right that I'm literally leaving 2017 behind by taking off on a plane right at the beginning of the year. I'm starting off fresh and leaving everything behind. I prayed lots for this to work out and, to be honest, like most of the people here I was just very excited to get as far away from all the cold as possible. I was accepted to the program within only a matter of days and I had very typically only bought my plane ticket and medical insurance the night before heading off. As frantic as it felt getting everything ready in time, I feel confident knowing that God orchestrated everything so gracefully in His own timing and I'm very excited to see what He has in store for me during these next few months.

Madison comes home from Belize YWAM

Suprised my cinnamon bun fiend of a  sister with a breakfast bed including her favourite, cinnamon buns. She suprised us by coming back with a New Zealand kiwi for a boyfriend.