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Obvious favoritism

As they say, kids don’t lie. So, I’m really sorry, Dad, that your elder daughter has unconsciously shown who her favorite parent is. :)


Encouraging Your Child's Curiosity

At three, my daughter is constantly bombarding me with questions. Random ones, about anything and everything under the sun.

“What’s a color?”

“What’s the sun?” 1,044 more words

Me And Stacee

Sick Child and the Lessons Learned

At this time it is 11 pm and I am laying in my bed holding my 10 month old. He is drinking the rest of his bottle and snoring away… He’s like any other cute little baby. 590 more words


Show up, Shine, Let it Go...

This week marked some big changes for our family.  Embug started middle school and Kritter entered 3rd grade where he will have more than one core content teacher every day. 372 more words


Let the men cry!

We can hear from the all corners of the world, and most rightly so, about the urgent need to respect and honor women, who in many cultures, still today, are treated as inferior beings as men, and have their feelings and boundaries disregarded. 686 more words



Once upon a time, there was a Mommy who had three little girls: an Oldest, a Middle one, and the Youngest.

When the girls were little, they all loved dogs. 405 more words


Wringing It Out Hurts

And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you. 1,146 more words

Christian Prose And Praise