Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Around a Kitchen Island

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AROUND A KITCHEN ISLAND I had the privilege last week of sharing a meal with Daniel and Brittney Brooker. If you don’t know their story,...

Learning to Love “Inherited” Grandchildren

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Most grandchildren come into our families the old-fashioned way—they are born into our families. But what if a grandchild has entered the...

The Challenge of Taking in the Grandchildren

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“We hadn’t planned on starting over at this age.” That was the comment made by some grandparent friends of ours who had...

Teaching Kids to Love the Bible

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I am raising two young men, and that means I am forever shoulder-deep in dirty laundry, empty milk cartons, and discussions of...

Weston’s First Day of Preschool

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This morning I dropped Weston off for his first day of preschool. Let me tell you what may have just happened to every school-aged mom...

Weston's First Day of Preschool

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WESTON'S FIRST DAY OF PRESCHOOL This morning I dropped Weston off for his first day of preschool. Let me tell you what may have just happened...

Why We Need to Let Go of Holiday Traditions

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Several years ago, we didn’t spend Thanksgiving with a single one of our five adult children. Did it feel odd? Yes. Was...

A Parenting Road Map For Social Media

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This is a guest blog post by Wendy and Jeff Henderson. Jeff is a leading voice on how to create and grow momentum for...

Happy Martyr’s Day!

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Take a moment with me to think back on the baby showers you’ve been to. It seems like inevitably, when seasoned moms get together,...
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