Katelyn was pregnant as all get out when she said to me, "Obviously, I can't wait to meet this baby. But, I'm also okay with waiting. These are the last few moments when it's just us - me, Andrew, and Nora." This is a window into a lazy Saturday afternoon with the Miessners just before their youngest comrade made his entrance.
Director and choreographer of Pulse Dance Company and the owner of Studio Pulse, Stephanie Wonchala is a woman who believes in the presence of dance in Anchorage. Her ability to dream and her propensity to execute is something I greatly admire. Alaska is a canvas of opportunity for the arts, and homegirl is painting up a progressive storm of dance appreciation all over this town.
When Autumn was just a wee one, she would come over to my house. My family and I would take her on long walks and feed her M&M’s and noodles for dinner. Now little Baby A is in school and her baby sister Noelle is a sassy toddling two year old. Little humans really do grow up and it is shocking how simultaneously patient and fleeting the process is. These Braquets mean a lot to me.
Lindsey & Corwyn are kind hearted, artistic souls who understand one another deeply. They were expecting a little baby boy who did not feel like waiting until he was done forming to come to us. What came about was a story quite unlike the one we were expecting to tell. Life happens as it will and babies arrive when they may. This is the story of Miles Leland and How He Came.