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Becky R

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Becky was raised in the small town of Corner, Alabama just north of Birmingham. She attended Auburn University where she met her husband Adam. After marrying, they moved back to Birmingham and lived in the Mt. Laurel area with their three pups until four years ago when they relocated to Dallas, Texas where life took a triple-sized turn. In February 2018, their prayers were answered when they welcomed triplet daughters, Alie Ana, Alexandra, and Mila into their family. Through years of prayer, struggles, and the beauty of adoption, God grew their family larger than they had ever hoped or dreamed. As of May, they are proud to set their roots back in the Birmingham area again and to be surrounded by wonderful family and friends. Becky is learning the balancing act of working a full-time job, raising triplets, taking care of three dogs, and being a wife; but through God's grace, she finds joy in the chaos everyday. You can keep up with all this craziness on Instagram @reesetriplets.

The Truth About Our Open Adoption :: A Letter to Our Birth Mother

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November is National Adoption Month and just another reason why I love this season so much! The cooler temperatures, beautiful fall foliage, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the list really goes on and on. Last Thanksgiving...

Traveling with Tots :: 5 Tips to Ease the Stress of Road Tripping With...

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The holidays are right around the corner, and to us that means spending hours on the road traveling from one family event to the next and, in some cases, the next and the next....

Oh, The Things People Say! :: One Mom’s Responses to the Crazy Questions about...

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As an adoptive mother of triplets, I get questions about adoption and comments about our family all the time. After years of not being able conceive and being asked the usual questions such as,...

Birmingham Moms Blog :: Introducing Becky R.

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Birmingham They say home is where the heart is, and my home is and always has been in Birmingham, AL. Most of my life has be spent around this great city with the exception of...