Parenting in RealLife: Ministry Version

Dear Friends, I’ve written a blog post on A Life Overseas and copied the link here for you to read along.  This website is a great resource for missionaries on the field.  Click on the link below to read the full story.   Parenting in […]

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Healthy Social Media Thoughts (Part 1)

Our children have grown up with technology.  And, technology has evolved at such a rapid rate that they never ever knew life with out it.  I think that for my gran one of the biggest inventions of her time was the motorcar, for my mother […]

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Babies, teenagers & time

Recently, one of my friends gave birth to a baby girl. She and her husband were a little anxious about the arrival of this new life. You see they work in a cross cultural environment, one where girls are not as highly valued as boys.  […]

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SELF-CARE LESSONS FROM PRE-SCHOOLERS

Self-care is a term that I hear a lot about these days, but I often dismiss it and think I tackle it another day.  Taking care of and raising children is pretty high up on my priority list but like most Moms, I am notoriously […]

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Confessions from an imperfect mom

I have been captivated by the thought that we reproduce who we are in others for as long as I can remember.  We will reproduce not only what we say, but who we are.  It is something that is ‘caught’ and not ‘taught’.  Apple trees […]

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YOUR CHILD’S BRAIN & THEIR MEMORIES

“It’s great to reminisce about good memories of my past. It was enjoyable when it was today. So learning to enjoy today has two benefits: it gives me happiness right now, and it becomes a good memory later.”  George Foreman What will you be remembered […]

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Dare to dream

Two nights ago one of my dreams was fulfilled.  I had always wanted to write a book and so I embarked on that journey last year.  It was a fun process, filled with more joy than I could’ve imagined.  But never in a million years […]

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