James Van Der Beek cited incidents of his family’s health, the death of his mother, and the ongoing epidemic as the reasons he and his family headed to Texas last month.
James, 43, took to Instagram on Tuesday with a series of stunning natural shots of him and his children with wife Kimberly, 38 – Olivia, 10, Joshua, eight, Annabelle, six, Emilia, four, and Gwendolyn, two – in the spacious nature of their new home in Austin. , Texas.
Van der Beek, best known for playing Dawson Leary on the Dawson Creek show, wrote “And … We Landed” before surveying the situation that led him and his family to move to Lone Star State.
The most recent: James Van Der Beek, 43, cited incidents of his family’s health, the death of his mother, and the ongoing pandemic as reasons that he and his family headed to Texas last month. He stood with his children in a snapshot of their new home
He wrote: “ In the past 10 months we’ve had a late pregnancy loss, both put @vanderkimberly into the hospital, we spent Christmas holidays thinking she had a tumor (the doctor was wrong, thank God)), one of my co-workers who hired stole the project He stabbed me in the back, I was prematurely eliminated from a reality dance show I would have preferred to win in front of the whole world, and my mom passed away.
And closing. All of this led to some drastic changes in our lives, dreams, and priorities … and we landed here.
The actor, who is also seen on Varsity Blues, One Tree Hill and CSI: Cyber, said he was “ overflowing with deep gratitude ” amid the change in his life.
Kimberly explained why the family sought out Los Angeles in August Make Down Podcast: “I think it’s right now where people want to anchor themselves a little bit more in nature.”
A New Beginning: The actor shared footage from his new home in Texas
Natural Beauty: A Varsity Blues actor shared an idyllic sunset snapshot from this Texas home
Family: James, 43, and wife Kimberly, 38, parents of five – Olivia, 10, Joshua, eight, Annabelle, six, Emilia, four, and Gwendoline, two
She said Los Angeles has “been a magical place for many years” in her life, making this move so touching: “I’ve lived so much of life here, I’m going to go through the process of leaving. I mean, I gave birth to three children in the house I live in.
“But you know, I have to get out of the concrete jungle a little bit.”
Last month, James posted a snapshot of Kimberly and children gathering around a tree in the house they’re moving from.
James Van Der Beek and his wife Kimberly announced that they were heading to Texas last month
Home: Kimberly said Los Angeles has been a “ magical place for many years ” in her life, which makes the move so touching
Sentimental: The actor posted a snapshot of Kimberly and their five children – Olivia, 10, Joshua, Eight, Annabelle, Six, Emilia, Four, and Gwendoline, two – huddled around a tree in the house they’re moving from
“Sometimes life starts with an empty house,” he said in the commentary. Leaving Los Angeles Very grateful to all the friends and memories we made here. On the next big adventure!
In an Instagram post last month, Kimberly said, “Today we left our home in Beverly Hills to embark on a new adventure in Texas,” and that the family adopted a pair of rescue dogs named Windsor and Able before their trip.
Kimberly took to Instagram Stories with a series of shots documenting the family’s movement, including shots from inside a moving truck, and saying goodbye to their neighbors.
Fun time: Children and their friends pose for a shot as the family moves
Kimberly took to Instagram on Wednesday with a series of shots documenting the family’s move, including shots from inside the empty house and a moving truck.
James last month posted a message of optimism amid the mysterious times of the coronavirus pandemic and social change.
“There’s a lot to be worried about right now,” he wrote. To all of my active friends – especially those fighting for causes that are not optional for them – be sure to take care of yourself. Get out in nature. Invest some time and energy in the people who love you.
“Remind yourself that there is still good and order in this existence that transcends politics, skin pigmentation, human-made regulations, viruses, and anything else that might generate a push notification for your phone.”
And he continued, ‘So keep up the good fight. But make sure you love yourself first … enough to maintain a connection with what moves and loves you again.
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