Category Archives: Parenting/Kids

Caught, not Taught

A common phrase you hear in parenting is things are caught, not taught. I’m not usually one for cliche phrases, but this one feels very true. In today’s culture, however, I think parent’s ignore this very important advice and try … Continue reading

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Getting through Summer

If reading is involved, it’s always a good strategy. Continue reading

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Work it Out

It’s not avoidance, it’s claiming truth. Continue reading

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Stubbornness runs in the family

It’s like I’m parenting a mini me Continue reading

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The long, dark night

How to find solutions to hard to define problems Continue reading

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All Shall Be Well

  “But all shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of thing shall be well (no matter what)” Julian of Norwich (italics added by Madeline L’Engle) Our community was rocked by a violent crime yesterday. A restaurant owner … Continue reading

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Family Memories

The moments that matter most. Continue reading

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Consequences vs Results

What does consequences mean anyway? Continue reading

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Specificity in child rearing

I always feel like I do the same thing every day. There’s a reason for that. Continue reading

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Moving on up

Taking the next step, with confidence. Continue reading

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