ABOUT US

Hey! I’m Kate, it’s so great you are here! My husband and I started this blog in August 2014 after we got married. We have loved sharing our life, love, and thoughts on living life with a disability with our readers and hope you enjoy it as well!

 

"My bride, my bride, there’s something holding us together With you, by my side, everything fits so much better, I remember When you told me that you loved me for the very first time With those tears in your eye, so beautiful, now you’re mine" - So much life has happened since we danced to those words three months ago but life is so much better being by your side @abraun1088 #kateandbraun #beautyandthebraun #Iiveauthentic #darlingmovement #thatsdarling

 

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    Tarnisha Thomas
    October 27, 2015 at 7:21 pm

    What an amazing love story. I’m a little person, and dating online has been scary for me. Simply because all that happens in society. I would like to date another little person, because I think they would understand better. I’ve never been in a long distance relationship so I don’t know how that would work. I’ve tried it once with a little person, but it didn’t work. Any advice?

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    Kate
    October 28, 2015 at 1:05 am

    Thank you so much!! Dating online is scary! I am totally with you on that! Andrew and I met through mutual friends through Facebook so we already had some people that knew us both! I think that’s why I felt more comfortable! I will be praying you meet someone! Or you could always try to go to a regional or national LPA event!

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    Tarnisha Thomas
    October 28, 2015 at 2:13 am

    Thank you. I’m just starting save up for a lp friend of mine & I can go in 2017. That gives her and I enough time to save up enough money. You guys are really inspiring. I’ll be praying for you health & healing. I’m so glad I came across this blog.

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    Kathy rasmussen
    May 17, 2016 at 1:52 am

    OH Kate reading your interview with your mother it brought back so many memories of your mom pregnant with you educating our congregation prior to your arrival of your condition so when you actually arrived there were not any questions just joy at your arrival. It was always so great to see that at least at church and youth club…you had very few barriers. So happly for you and your husband! He got a treasure!

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      Kate
      May 19, 2016 at 9:01 pm

      Thank you Kathy for your best wishes! You are too sweet! Thank you for reading my interview with my mom! It was so fun to hear all of her stories like that one!

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    Kara Thompson
    June 22, 2016 at 4:32 am

    Thank you so much for your blog posts! I have a daughter who is 2 months old that has Acondroplasia. This does not think in our family just like I read about you and your husband. My fears for her come from the unknown. As I read, you are comforting me in what this road will possible look like In the future. I pray she handles her beautiful difference with as much grace as you are.

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